Uganda Law Reform Commission welcomes submission of articles from the general public for publication of the next issue of the Uganda Living Law Journal. The journal seeks to create public awareness on contemporary legal issues and to highlight efforts towards the promotion of access to justice in Uganda. the The theme of the next issue is "Covid-19, Public Health and Human Rights"
The law reform process entails examining laws, advocating and implementing changes in a legal system, usually with the aim of enhancing justice or efficiency and modernizing the law. It is done through the following steps:
Yes, through consultations process of the Law Reform Commission
The Commission also encourages public participation in the law-making process. Be a part of the laws developed and made for you by actively participating. If you have any views on any law being debated, or that you want developed, please deliver your views to the Commission; at the address,Email or call the telephone numbers provided here.
The Commission is composed of a full time Chairperson and six part time Commissioners who are appointed by the President on the advice of the Attorney General.
The Commission has three departments: Law Reform, Law Revision and Finance and Administration. The Secretariat is headed by the Secretary who is responsible for the day-to-day management of activities and programmes of the Commission.