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KTA Advocates Elevates Keneth Kipaalu to Associate Partner

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The new month has started with good news for Mr. Keneth Kipaalu after he was promoted to the position of Associate Partner by KTA Advocates, one of the leading law firms in Uganda.

Until now, Mr Keneth Kipaalu, who heads the Dispute Resolution Practice at KTA Advocates, has been one of the specialized Technology, Media, and Telecommunication (TMT) law firm’s four Senior Associates.

Mr. Kipaalu, a corporate, litigation, construction and arbitration lawyer is the representative of the Uganda Law Society – the umbrella association of Ugandan Lawyers on the Uganda Law Council, the supervisory body of the legal profession in Uganda.

His promotion announced by the law firm on Wednesday starts immediately and brings the total number of lawyers at the firm who have a partner designation to 6.

Commenting on Mr. Keneth Kipaalu’s promotion, KTA Advocates’ Managing Partner Ms. Asmahaney Saad said the elevation indicates the law firm’s commitment to nurture leaders who can take it to the next level.

“ The promotion comes as a result of Keneth’s consistent hard work, tenacity, dedication, coupled with his drive to lead through KTA’s values and strategy.”

Ms. Asmahaney Saad said.

On his part, Mr. Keneth Kipaalu, once Chairperson of the Uganda Law Society’s Young Lawyers Committee said he was excited about the new role and leveraged his promotion to call upon lawyers to have a long term view of life and career.

“ I thank the Partners for the promotion. I am excited about the new role. I look forward to a future of offering an innovative service that nurtures relationships and impacts lives  and making a contribution to moving the firm forward.”

He said.

“I encourage lawyers to take the long term view to life and career.”

He added.

Benjamin is a Digital Legal News Journalist (trained by Reuters) and digital media enthusiast who founded The Legal Reports website in January, 2020 while a fourth year law student at Makerere University school of law.

Prior to that, Benjamin used to write amateur blogs and some of his legal commentaries were published by the Daily Monitor and Independent Magazine - both leading publications in Uganda. He covers lawyers, law students, judges, judiciary, courts, law schools, and law firms.

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