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Government is to introduce a traffic court as a measure to swiftly deal with errant drivers and reduce worrying road accidents.

According to the Minister for Works and Transport, Gen. Gen. Katumba Wamala, the Express Penalty Scheme that was introduced to penalize errant drivers has only worsened the situation, and the government believes prosecuting road offenders will go a long way towards addressing the problem.

Money lenders,police is coming for you.

Money lenders,police is coming for you.

The Police and Sister Security Agencies, are concerned against the increased misuse of National IDs as collateral, especially in Buwenge district, Busoga Region, Dokolo and Amolatar district in Lango sub-region, and in the Greater Kampala area. As you are all aware, National IDs have no economic or....

We shall forever miss him.Rest in Peace the good judge

We shall forever miss him.
Rest in Peace the good judge

BREAKING: Court of Appeal Justice Kenneth Kakuru has passed away at Aga Khan Hospital, Nairobi.

Details to follow.

📸: Courtesy


A Kenyan court has ruled that Facebook’s parent company Meta can be sued in the East African nation. In a Monday morning ruling by the Employment and Labor Relations Court, Justice Jacob Gakeri declined to strike out Meta Platforms Inc and Meta Platforms Ireland Ltd from a case filed by a former South African Facebook moderator Daniel Motaung, who has sued the social technology company over a toxic work environment. Is this a good precedence for Western tech giants in Africa?


A Kenyan court has sentenced three former policemen and a civilian to death over the 2016 killing of a prominent human rights lawyer.

The bodies of Willie Kimani and two others were found after they had been dumped in a river on the outskirts of Nairobi.



Urban property investments meet all of the criteria for sound real estate investing. There are a lot of people who need housing and can even be purchased at extremely attractive interest rates


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A High Court in London has ruled in favour of dfcu bank and its directors absolving them of blame in the alleged connivance with Bank of Uganda to sell the now defunct Crane bank. This is according to an October 7, 2022 ruling delivered by His Honour Judge Pelling QC of the High Court of Justice Bus...


It has caused quite the debate.


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A will is written document made while a person is alive, in which he/she gives instructions as to how his/her property and the other affairs should be taken care of after death.

A valid will must have the following👇🏾


Special recognition and congratulations to our pioneer law students to have joined and passed the Post Graduate Bar course at the Law Development Centre (LDC) with merit.

They include; Joel Kanyerezi, Kato Paul Mukasa, Alad Angella and Bushendik Patrick.

They are set to Graduate on 29th July 2022 at LDC's 49th Graduation ceremony.


Registered Proprietors / Land owners should from now on ensure that they always seek and/ or use services of registered land surveyors.


Understanding the difference between a Tort and Contract


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This a commendable decision by the police force

This a commendable decision by the police force


Congratulations to Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson for her appointment to the Supreme Court.

This is a great day for America, and a proud moment in our history. Judge Jackson has the integrity, passion for the law, and experience to be an outstanding Supreme Court Justice — and these last few weeks have made it even clearer. America will be a better place with her voice and example on the bench.


The Supreme Court of Kenya rules that the BBI amendment bill was unconstitutional; Six of seven judges rule that the President cannot lead a popular initiative to amend the Constitution.


The government has resolved to once again participate in the provision of public transport.

This is contained in the National Transport and Logistics Policy passed by Cabinet on Monday.

According to the policy, transport is now regarded as a public service to the people of Uganda as opposed to purely a private affair.


On terminating Employment Contracts

R. Constant Vs Stanbic Bank LDC 171/2014 stated“ It is our firm conviction that in order to reach a fair decision as to the legality of dismissal or termination of an employee, the above ( Sections 2, 65,66,68 of the Employment Act) have to be read together in addition to any disciplinary procedures or Human Resource Manuals available and that the exit clause in the contract alone is not sufficient.


UPDATE: Parliament November 24 passed the NSSF Amendment Bill 2021 that allows -workers aged 45+ and have saved for at least 10 years- a 20% mid-term access to their savings. However, the Bill now awaits presidential consent. 📸Courtesy



Lord Denning, is to many, the most famous Judge of all time. Law students certainly love him for his colourful judgments and wild dissents.

It has been rumoured that law students, during law exams, create a non existent quote or a case and attribute it to Lord Denning.

As a judge for 38 years, Denning was known as "the people's judge", for his willingness to override precedents to do what he saw as justice and for his simply-worded judgments.

Denning was the last judge to have the right to stay in the job for life. He joked that he had “every Christian virtue, except resignation”.

While Denning’s judgments certainly make for interesting reading, they’ve also been slammed for being difficult to follow. And, as Denning grew older and older, he grew more senile and arguably more controversial

Denning’s comment about black people serving on juries, made in 1982, is perhaps his most controversial.

Denning wrote in his book What Next in the Law.

“The underlying assumption is that all citizens are sufficiently qualified to serve on a jury,”

“I do not agree. The English are no longer a homogeneous race. They are white and black, coloured and brown. They no longer share the same standards of conduct. Some of them come from countries where bribery and graft are accepted as an integral part of life and where stealing is a virtue so long as you are not found out… They will never accept the word of a policeman against one of their own.”

The comments caused such a backlash, he publicly apologised and resigned soon after.

He retired aged 83 after making that rather poorly chosen remarks and died a few months after his 100th birthday.

What do you like about Lord Denning MR?

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