Aequitas Advocates

Aequitas Advocates Founded in February, 2007, M/s Aequitas Advocates, (formerly M/s Sheila Tumwine & Co. In most cases, a single partner/ advocate has responsibility for a matter.

Advocates) is a multi- faceted law firm providing a variety of professional services ranging from legal advisory and representation, research, conveyancing, debt recovery, protection against commercial and bank frauds, tax advisory, anti- money laundering to business consultancy among others. Our firm operates under the name M/s Aequitas Advocates registered under the Registration of Business Name

s Act and licensed under the Advocate’s Act. Currently, the firm has six fully enrolled advocates with a wide range of experience, skills and competences. Strategically located in the plus surbub of Nakasero, Kampala, we offer all types of legal services you would require. Our lawyers are available for consultation or instruction at any time, with or without prior appointment. Our branch in Mpigi town is strategically located near the Chief Magistrate’s court on Butambala Road and serves the outlying communities. We have a recoveries department with three active and qualified court bailiffs to speed up the recoveries process for our esteemed corporate clients. Our firm is pioneered by a group of dynamic professionals of various experiences and disciplines. As a client, you will deal with a partner who will discuss with you the steps that need to be taken; you will receive advice on strategy and ensure your objectives are achieved effectively and efficiently. We seek to minimize exposure and keep our clients informed of future costs and implications. The firm’s goal is to maximize efficiency by ensuring that each matter is handled by appropriate professionals with the requisite levels of expertise. Staffing within the firm ordinarily depends upon the needs of the case. In every case, we attend to staff matters with the best number of partners/ advocates consistent with a high quality product. Our partners can be relied upon to maintain a close working knowledge of the task and to involve themselves extensively in those aspects of a matter where the experience of a partner is most helpful to the client. We believe in spurring growth in the legal field and therefore, the firm has recruited 5 (five) legal associates and assistants who have vast professional experience. As a learning organisation, we have 2 (two) sitting interns currently studying law and are being groomed to join the firm on completion of their course. The firm also encourages clerkship students from the Law Development Centre who undertake to learn under the wings of our widely exposed lawyers. As all businesses require today, we are familiar with all and are able to communicate in all areas of technology, but we see one on one communication as the acid test to our success, whatever the medium, our objective is to acquaint ourselves with your business, listen to your problems and give not only legal advice that makes business sense, but practical guidance using every day language.



Time has been a witness as to how we evolved as a society. From the rubbles we rose into great heights that we eventually became members of an established and respected community which will eventually get better any time soon. And at the helm of it all, we see women in power who have greatly contributed their respective efforts and knowledge. At the helm of it all, we see women who stand tall.

It is without a shadow of a doubt that women have played key roles in our current standing as a society. Women all over the country have greatly contributed their wits and words that eventually laid down masterstrokes of ingenuity and creativity. But more often than not, women do not get the credit they deserve. More often than not, women are cast aside if and when it’s time to recognize the people behind our success.

Today, let us recognize the importance of women. They say the future is female. We say the past and the present have always been led by important women. Every day is an opportunity to recognize their contributions. Every day is a chance to be grateful for their brilliance. Every day is a reminder that where we are today—we reached because of several women standing at the helm.

As we celebrate International Women’s Day, may we all be reminded that we must always fight for equal rights and equal platforms. May we always remember that women have played important parts in attaining the socio-economic status we are currently enjoying. May we always remember that the strength of a woman must not be toyed with—for it can build an entire generation of dreamers and doers.

May we all be reminded that it is a woman’s world, and we must continue to support their fight for a better tomorrow.


Never quit the fight.


When searching around for land, be on the lookout and ask these key questions:

1. Is the ground solid enough to accommodate your building plans (or the plans of future builders)?

2. Is water accessible via a well or NWSC?

3. How is the condition of surrounding properties? Does the seller have any agreements with them?

4. Is there road access? Will you be able to get any large equipment you need onto the land?

5. Are there any zoning issues that could affect your future plans?

On top of these things, be sure to visit the property and talk to the bataka of the addition to doing a search at the lands office or Buganda Land Board if the land is Kabaka's land.

No matter how good the deal may seem, you should always do your research to ensure you know exactly what you’re paying for.


Advancing Healthcare: Join Us at the Uganda Medical Expo 2023
Bridging Knowledge and Accessibility Gaps for Better Health 🏥

📅 Save the Date: September 7th-9th, 2023

learn from experts, and empower yourself to make informed healthcare choices. The Medical Expo 2023 is your chance to be part of the transformative journey towards equitable healthcare. 🌟

👉 What to Expect:
🏥 Interact with over 35 eminent medical experts and specialists from various fields
🏥 Connect with 20+ reputable healthcare institutions dedicated to your well-being
🏥 Explore services and products from 40+ exhibitors, all geared toward your health needs
🏥 Engage in, workshops, and private consult sessions with distinguished medical specialists
🏥 Engage with reputable healthcare individuals, hospitals, and other health institutions
🏥Get FREE screenings for common health conditions like diabetes, stroke, heart health, and more, ensuring you stay proactive in safeguarding your health! 🩺
🏥 Learn about mental health and nutrition
🏥 Learn about child/adult development from experts in the field

Whether you're a healthcare professional, a caring individual, or someone seeking reliable health information, this event promises to be a life-changing experience!

🎊 Invite your friends and family, and spread the word! Together, we'll make a significant impact on healthcare in Uganda!

👉 Let's come together to access valuable information, promote health behavior change, and create awareness of medical conditions, all while having a fantastic time! 🌿

✨ Bridging knowledge gaps in healthcare!
💪💙 Health experts meeting the community!


Alert: When you purchase land, do not seal or laminate your certificate of title as it's deemed destroyed.


Seven Lessons from Who Moved My Cheese? by Spencer Johnson:

1. Change is inevitable. Things change in life, and we need to be prepared for that.

2. We can't control change, but we can control how we react to it. We can choose to resist change or we can choose to adapt to it.

3. If we don't change, we'll be left behind. The world is constantly changing, and if we don't keep up, we'll be left behind.

4. We need to be willing to let go of the old in order to embrace the new. The old cheese represents our comfort zone, and it can be difficult to let go of it. But if we don't, we'll never be able to find new cheese.

5. We need to be proactive in our search for new cheese. We can't just sit back and wait for change to happen to us. We need to be proactive in our search for new opportunities.

6. We need to be prepared to take risks. Change often involves taking risks, but it's important to remember that the only way to grow is to step outside of our comfort zone.

7. Enjoy the journey. Change can be challenging, but it's also an opportunity to grow and learn. So embrace the journey and enjoy the ride.

These are just a few of the lessons that can be learned from Who Moved My Cheese?. If you're looking for a way to deal with change in your life, I highly recommend reading the book. It's full of valuable insights and advice that can help you move forward with your life.


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Join us tomorrow at 2PM (EAT)

The EALS’ BHR Committee is inviting you to a webinar titled; *The role of the legal profession in supporting the Business and Human Rights Agenda in East Africa*

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The EALS In-house Counsel Committee is pleased to announce this year’s East Africa Community In-house Counsel Convention, 2023 under the theme “The Future of In-House Counsel in Cross-Border Co-operation”.

The In-house Counsel convention is the premier gathering of lawyers, policymakers, regulators, and compliance managers working within corporates, governments, and other organizations. The event shall bring together the brightest and most innovative minds from across the region and beyond to network, debate and explore key issues in In-house practice in East Africa. Discussions shall seek to explore key regional and continental agreements and position the In-house lawyer for emerging opportunities both for themselves and for the corporates they serve.

It will take place on the 27th-28th of July 2023 at Madinat Al Bahr Hotel – Zanzibar, Tanzania.

Fill out your participant form at and send it to [email protected].

Looking forward to seeing you in Zanzibar.


The EALS in collaboration with White & Case LLP and the International Senior Lawyers Project, has prepared this session on an insider’s introduction to international commercial arbitration in EA, to be held on the 11th of May at 3pm (EAT). Register here…


We are pleased to welcome you to yet another young lawyer led capacity building session focusing on practice in multigenerational spaces. It’s set to discuss how to thrive in an ever changing legal practice space. Join us on Tuesday, the 9th of May at 2pm(EAT) by Registering here


𝐓𝐨𝐩 𝟏𝟎 𝐥𝐞𝐬𝐬𝐨𝐧 𝐥𝐞𝐚𝐫𝐧𝐞𝐝 𝐟𝐫𝐨𝐦 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐛𝐨𝐨𝐤 -"𝟑𝟎 𝐃𝐀𝐘𝐒".

1. Stop expecting others to solve your life for you:
Change only happens when YOU CHANGE!
If you are going to be successful, the important thing is not to expect anything from anyone you are not willing to do for yourself.
2. Quit Sugar, Vegetable Oil & Bread:
Here’s the secret to being just a bit healthier than you are right now:
Instead of soda, drink water.
Instead of fries, get a salad.
Instead of bread or pasta – go for more water and vitamins.
Take care of your body.
3. Start Reading a Good Book:
"The more you read, the more you learn and earn!"
Successful people know the value of reading books.
If you’re looking for something with the largest long-term up-swing, READ!!!
4. Limit your Social Media and Entertainment Intake:
Most people use social media as a way to feed their dopamine addiction.
Cut social media to 30 minutes daily, and see how your life changes when you’re left with yourself.
5. Plan Tomorrow, Today:
"The moment you start planning your day, you take control of time!"
Every night write down your plans for the next day.
Create a schedule for yourself and try to be specific.
6. Wake Up at the Same Hour Every Day:
You may yield some unexpected benefits by getting up at the same time every day.
Benefits like:
- Brighter mood
- Improved sleep
- Decreased sleep deprivation
- Better immune system function
- Sharper focus and short-term memory
7. Meditate for 20 Minutes:
Meditation is like cleaning up your room, but inside of your head.
Regular meditation helps you to have full control over yourself.
It helps reduce stress levels and eliminate all sorts of worries.
8. Figure out Where you’re Wasting Money:
If you want to win with money, you’ve got to change your actions with money.
The way you do that is by tracking your expenses.
If you aren’t watching where your money is going, you’ll always wonder where it went.
9. Identify What Makes you Happy and What Doesn’t:
Make a list!
Put down the things you do that bring you happiness. Then do the same for what doesn’t.
The secret to winning at life is doing more of the things in the first column and less in the second.
10. Track your Goals:
No matter what your goal is and how long it may take to achieve it
There is one specific action that will make sure you are moving in the right direction — track the progress

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If you want to fall back in love with yourself—FOCUS.
Focus on the things that compel you, the things that stir something deep inside of yourself.
Focus on the people who inspire you, the ones who support you and encourage you to grow into the person you have always wanted to be.
Focus on the things that hurt, the things that create noise in your life, and commit to distancing yourself from them. You have to be comfortable with walking away from the human beings and the thoughts that no longer serve you. You have to be comfortable with walking away from the chaos of it all.


𝐓𝐨𝐩 𝟏𝟎 𝐋𝐞𝐬𝐬𝐨𝐧𝐬 𝐟𝐫𝐨𝐦 𝐥𝐞𝐚𝐫𝐧𝐞𝐝 𝐟𝐫𝐨𝐦 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐛𝐨𝐨𝐤-- 𝐇𝐨𝐰 𝐓𝐨 𝐅𝐢𝐧𝐢𝐬𝐡 𝐄𝐯𝐞𝐫𝐲𝐭𝐡𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐘𝐨𝐮 𝐒𝐭𝐚𝐫𝐭❗🧠

1) Another reason for failing to finish is that you are so unprepared for interruptions that when one or more occur, you get thrown by it.
2) By far the #1 reason for leaving a task or project unfinished is having too much to do.
3) If you have a fear of failure, you will delay finishing a project, so you do not have to deal with the potential negative feedback that you fear. If you fear success, procrastination delays that scenario from happening.
4) If you end whatever you are trying to finish at a good point, it will be that much easier to pick right up again when you can get back to it.
5) Make whatever you are procrastinating about the very first activity that you tackle first thing in the morning, or when you first get to the office.
6)F = Focus on one priority task.
I= Ignore interruptions or distractions.
N = Now is the time, not later or tomorrow.
I= Initiate and innovate so you keep going.
S = Stay the course however tough it gets.
H = Hail finishing by celebrating your accomplishment.
7) Be open to trying new things and even fresh ideas or even new technology that might make it faster, easier, or better to finish what you started.
💪 Those who have too many
unfinished projects or activities often are trying to do everything themselves.
9) Here is what his SMART acronym stands for:
S = Specific
M = Measurable
A = Assignable
R = Realistic
T= Time-related
10) "Should I have started this in the first place?"
If your answer is, "No, then it is okay to leave it unfinished, whatever it is.

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Happening on Monday 13th March at 2pm; Here is A chance to expand your practice into sports law as our Sports Law Committee has prepared this bespoke webinar with our very able and experienced panelists to discuss the evolution of sports law and understanding the emerging areas of practice in this field. This webinar will enable our members discover how the practice of law in Sports has evolved through the years and the role they as lawyers, may play in this field. Register here>>>


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