Stakeholders recently attended workshop to organised by Uganda Law Reform Commission at Speke Hotel, Munyonyo to discuss the proposals raised the public following instruction from the Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs to ammend them into the Marriage Bill, 2017.The commission is...Read On »
The Proposed marriage law
The Uganda Law Reform Commission has developed legislative proposals to govern the institution of marriage. The proposed Bill provides for types of marriage, marital rights and duties, separation and divorce.
Objective of the Bill...Read On »
Commission staff in a working group consultative meeting to discuss child grooming for sexual abuse and exploitationRead On »
Commission Staff recently participated in the 2nd Quarter FY2016/17 Performance Retreat at Esella Country Hotel, Najjera. The purpose of this workshop was to evaluate the performance of the commission during the 2nd Quarter of FY2016/17.Read On »
Applications are invited from suitable and eligible Ugandans to fill the following vacant positions currently available at Uganda Law Reform Commission.
- COMMISSIONER - LAW REFORM [ 1 POSITION]
- COMMISSIONER - LAW REVISION [ 1 POSITION]
- RESEARCH ASSISTANT [ 2 ...
Re-enactment Advocacy Workshop on the Prisons Amendment Bill, 2016 organised by Uganda Law Reform and Uganda Prisons on 31st January, 2016 at Kabira Country Club.Read On »
Uganda Law Reform Commission staff together with the stakeholders recently held a workshop at Esella Country Hotel, Najjera to map out a strategy for the quick passage of the marriage and divorce bill.Read On »
The Uganda Law Reform Commission with funding from the Justice Law and Order Sector recently revived work on advocacy for quick passage of the Marriage and Divorce Bill. The bill is intended to consolidate all the laws relating to the dissolution of marriage in Uganda which has stalled for over...Read On »
Commission Staff recently participated in the 1st Quarter FY2016/17 Performance Review Workshop at Esella Country Hotel, Najjera. The purpose of this workshop was to evaluate the performance of the commission during the 1st Quarter of FY2016/17Read On »
Uganda Law Reform Commission staff recently participated in a training on anti-corruption which was organised by the International Anti-Corruption Academy (IACA) at Kabira Country Club Hotel, Kampala. The IACA regional Summer Academy was a seven day programme focusing on important anti-...Read On »