Full name: The Republic of Uganda
Area: 241, 038 km²
Capital: Kampala
Population: 42 million (approx.)


English legal system and law are predominant in Uganda; its legal system is based on English Common Law and customary law. However, customary law is in effect only when it does not conflict with statutory law. The laws applicable in Uganda are statutory law, common law; doctrines of equity and customary law are applicable in Uganda. The Constitution is the supreme law in Uganda and any law or custom that is in conflict with it is null and void to the extent of the inconsistency. The Judiciary is an independent legal organ comprised of Courts of Judicature as provided for by the Constitution. The Judiciary is entrusted to administer justice in both civil and criminal matters through courts of judicature including the Supreme Court, the Court of Appeal, the High Court and other courts or tribunals established by Parliament. The highest court in Uganda is the Supreme Court. The Court of Appeal is next in hierarchy and it handles appeals from the High Court but it also sits as the Constitutional Court in determining matters that require Constitutional interpretation.

Previous Events

Event: Forensic Crimes, Cybercrimes & Electronic Evidence and Data Protection Workshop
Partner: KTA Advocates
Date: October 2019

Event: AGA AAP Participation In The 3RD Uganda Law Society Annual Conference
Partner: Uganda Law Society
Date: April 2019

Event: MOU Signing Ceremony With The Financial Intelligence Authority (FIA)
Partner: Financial Intelligence Authority (FIA)
Date: April 2019

Event: Anti-Money Laundering & Asset Recovery Workshop
Partner: Financial Intelligence Authority (FIA)
Date: April 2019

Event: Uganda Law Society AGM.
Partner: Uganda Law Society
Date:  March 2018

Event: A Memorandum of Understanding between the Ugandan Ministry of Justice and AGA Africa Alliance Partnership (AGA AAP)
Partner: Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs
Date:  March 2018

Event: AGA AAP visited the Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs and the Attorney General.
Partner: Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs.
Date: April 2017

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