The Uganda Law Reform Commission is established under Article 248(1) of the Constitution of the Republic of Uganda. Its primary mandate is 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, modernisation and reform....
The Uganda Law Reform Commission comprises of a policy making organ made up of a full time Chairperson and six part-time Commissioners. They are responsible for overseeing and guiding the operations of the Secretariat.
The Uganda Law Reform Commission Secretariat is headed by the Executive Secretary and composed of 3 departments namely; Law Reform, Law Revision and Finance & Administration. The function of the secretariat is to implement policy decision of the Commission and day to day operations.
Late in 2014 we welcomed back five members of the Uganda Law Reform Commission; namely Mrs. Margaret Tiyo Ayiseni, Dr. Peregrine Kibuuka, Mr. John Mary Mugisha, Dr. Harriet Diana Musoke and Mrs. Vastina Rukimirana Nsanze, all of whom were re-appointed by His Excellency the President for a second term of office for three years. We bade farewell with much gratitude to Dr. Henry Micheals Onoria and in his place...Read On»