On 11th October 2017, the High Court of Kampala restrained Municipal Councils from enforcing the provisions of Item 17 (in Part A) and Item 25 (in Part C) of the Trade (Licensing) (Amendment of Schedule) Instrument No. 2 of 2011 which require Law Firms in Uganda to obtain Municipal Council trade licenses.
On August 4, 2017 the Uganda Law Society released a press statement declaring its position on Constitutional Amendment No. 13 of 2017. It was of the view that there is no need to amend the Constitution to cure the problems identified by proponents of the amendment. The full statement can be read on our website in the downloads section
On 26th September 2017, the Uganda Law Society launched the third quarter State of the Rule of Law in Uganda Report. It was graced by the attendance of many dignitaries. The full report can be downloaded from the Downloads section of the ULS website
ULS is looking for interested individuals to take up the positions of (1) Head Legal Aid Project and (1) Assistant Legal Officer. Interested individuals should send (hard) copies of; academic credentials, application letters and detailed CVs addressed to: The Human Resource Manager Uganda Law Society P. O Box 426, Kampala, Uganda Plot 5A, John Babiiha Avenue, Kololo and delivered to the ULS Reception by Friday 20th October 2017 before 5:00p.m Head Legal Aid Project http://docdro.id/ibqYbEF Assistant Legal Officer http://docdro.id/oCIi1yi
The Uganda Law Society (ULS) seeks to recruit a strongly self-motivated individual to occupy the position of Procurement officer/Administrative Assistant under the following terms of reference; Contract tenure: 3 years but subject to renewal upon satisfactory performance Duty station; Head office- Kampala. For more information on job descriptions and how to apply please copy and paste this link into your browser; http://docdro.id/AayX5UW