Is a Wig still a relevant item in the Lawyer’s Wardrobe?

The origin of wearing a wig during court sessions has an unlikely history. Syphillis. As the…

Fatou Bensouda Bids Adieu, But Her Shadow Will Linger Over the ICC

“As some may be aware, I have been decorated by the Government of Senegal, and most…

Judiciary Speaks Out On Justice Kisaakye’s ‘Strange’ Conduct

The Judiciary has spoken out on the incidents that transpired on Thursday last week, involving Dr.…

Joining Law School? Here is what you should know

I like thinking of my experience joining law school a few years back like sky-diving for…

Lawyer who was accused of rape on social media gets court order temporarily stopping his accusers from making further rape claims

Ugandan social media platforms, especially Twitter, are a highway of information. Topics change day by day.…

How to Pass Law school Pre-Entry Exams

Out of about 2000 applicants for the LLB course pre-entry examination every year, roughly 300 make…

Big win for women’s rights as Constitutional Court roots for maternal health care in public health facilities

The Constitutional Court, in a big win for human rights and women’s rights in particular, has…

Questions Surge Over Young Lawyers’ Pay

“One would ask why pay for what you are not bringing in” – Law Society President…

Lord Denning: A renaissance in Law

“If you are an advocate you want your client to win. If you are a judge…

Makerere Law students to run for funds

“Small Steps, Immense Possibilities!” Those are the words typed in gold print on the poster—and probably…

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