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Four appointed to Law Council
KAMPALA - The Law Council chairman, Justice John Wilson Tsekooko, has named the four members appointed to the lawyers’ regulatory body.

Age Limit, To Remove or Not To? (Prof. Bakibinge and Hon. Kafuzi)

Prof. Bakibinge :”The School of Law starts from the position of 1966 when we had a pigeon hall constitution which was passed under duress”

Focus on corporate bullies, MUK law don advises media

Mabazira said some of the corporations have the financial muscle to suffocate the media by, for example, denying them adverts.

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Prof. Bakibinga to head Nyanzi probe committee

Prof. John Ddumba Ssentamu the Vice Chancellor Makerere University has named an eight member committee to investigate the standoff between Dr. Stella Nyanzi a research fellow at its institute of social research (MISR) and the Director Prof. Mahmood Mamdani.

Unveiled on Wednesday in a statement circulated on the university's webmail, the committee will be headed by David Justus Bakibinga, a professor of commercial law at the school of law.

Mbabazi election petition: Court sets Monday to rule on amicus curiae

On March 9 and 10 this week, nine Makerere University school of law lecturers and nine Civil Society Organizations, respectively, applied to court to be allowed to join the petition.

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Judge slams lawyers over shoddy work

Lydia Mugambe was making a presentation on the ‘Legal Perspectives from Parliamentary Election Petitions 2016’

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Lawyer Kiwanuka Kiryowa chats with the director of civil litigation in the Attorney General’s office Denis Bireje during symposium. Photo by Tony Rujuta

Legal education in Uganda: the growing need for a research-based approach to teaching

  • One of the key skills nurtured within higher education is the ability to read and understand complex academic studies and to make sound judgement over them.

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Makerere starts giving scholarships to underprivileged female law students

MAKERERE University has partnered with Ms. JD International, a US-based non-profit organisation, to provide scholarships to unprivileged first-year students in the Faculty of Law.

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