The East African Community has set aside $82,000 for the admission of South Sudan into the bloc even
|09, May 2013||
09, May 2013
The Uganda law Society produces Annual Law Reports to facilitate research. Currently, we have the Uganda Law Society Reports 2005 Volume I and II. They contain Ugandan Cases decided in the Supreme Court, Court of Appeal, High Court, and they include Criminal Cases, Civil Cases and Commercial Cases.
The Legal Resource Center also has a large collection of books dealing with all aspects of the law both local and international. You can download the pdf file below for a look at some of the books that we have available in the Resource Centre
Legal Resource Centre Catalogue
We also have available for you to download, publications developed by the Centre for Capital Punishment Studies (CCPS) in collaboration in part by the Uganda Law Society:
Here below are links to copies of some of the Statements that have been issued by the Uganda Law Society for your reading:
The ULS Statement on the Hon. Speaker's Decision to Retain Expelled NRM MPs
The ULS Statement on Justice Choudry ruling in the matter between Baleke Kayira Peter & 400 Others vs the Attorney General & 2 Others - HCCS 179 of 2002.
The ULS Statement on Eviction Orders, Delayed Appointment of Judicial Officers and Corruption
The ULS Statement on Child Neglect by Schools
The ULS Statement on Mr. Singh Katongole's attack on the Judiciary
The ULS Statement on the ICC Ruling on the so called "Ocampo 6"