The Uganda Law Reform Commission is a constitutional body established under Article 248(1) of the Constitution of the Republic of Uganda to study and keep under constant review the Acts and all other laws comprising the laws of Uganda with a view to making recommendations for their systematic improvement, development, modernization and reform.
The Commission’s current policy and priority activities are guided by the following principles:-
(a) Contributing to a legal system that supports the principles in the Constitution, national policies and plans, and international commitments entered into by...
In the FY 2013/14, the Commission was actively involved in a wide range of activities. A significant element of our mandate is that we are the first step in the legislative process for many laws; doing the essential background research for the laws that Parliament deliberates on....Read On»