Applications are invited from suitable and eligible Ugandans to fill the following vacant posts currently available at Uganda Law Reform Commission.
- Secretary, Uganda Law Reform Commission;
- Assistant Commissioner, Law Revision;
- Principal Personal Secretary; and
- Senior Assistant Accountant.
For more information about requirements of each job, See more under the Jobs Section.
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The Uganda Government has allocated funds to Uganda Law Reform Commission to be used for the acquisition of supplies and related services under framework contract for 12 months renewable once upon satisfactory performance as listed below from lot 1 to 7;...Read On »
The Uganda Law Reform Commission held a Taskforce working group meeting comprised of various experts (both legal and medical) on 11th September 2019 to discuss proposals for legislative and non-legislative measures to address Medical negligence in Uganda.Read On »
Students and staff from the International Law Institute (ILI) –Africa Centre for Excellence visited the Commission on 05th September, 2019 to learn about the law making process, law revision process and the mandate of the Commission.Read On »
Judicial officers together with Uganda Law Reform Commission on Tuesday, 27th August, 2019 gathered at Royal Suites, Bugolobi in Kampala to have their input in the review of the aw on bail in Criminal Justice systems in offing.
The subject of bail, particularly its...Read On »
The Uganda Law Reform Commission and Uganda Printing publishing Corporation signed a 5year Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) aimed at enhancing cooperation, creating and building synergies to improve execution of their mandates. Under this new arrangement UPPC will allow ULRC Read More ...
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Uganda Law Reform Commission held a technical working group meeting at Royal Suites Hotel, Bugolobi on 14th August 2019 to discuss the Review of the Uganda Railways Corporation Act, Cap 331 consultation paper.Read On »
Uganda Law Reform Commission staff together with other stakeholders on 15th August,2019 gathered at Royal Suites, Bugolobi in Kampala in a workshop to review the Law of Bail in the Criminal Justice System.Read On »
Uganda Law Reform Commission staff together with other stakeholders convened at Esella Country Hotel, Najjera from 17th -18th June, 2019 in a pretesting and validation workshop aimed at simplifying the Mortgage Act, Cap 229.
Uganda Law Reform Commission is simplifying the Mortgage Act,...Read On »
Uganda Law Reform Commission invites sealed bids from eligible bidders for provision of Air ticketing services under framework contract for a period of 12 months. Read MoreRead On »