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The Vice Chancellor of Uganda Christian University (UCU), Rev. Dr. John Ssenyonyi has on behalf of the university signed a partnership with the University of Cincinnati (UC) The vice Chancellor visited the UC main campus on 18th April 2018 while on his annual visit in the States.

The relationship between the two universities will cover joint research and training programs, Faculty mobility, Student mobility, the preparation of joint proposals for external funding, joint programs of consulting and evaluation, joint sponsorship of conferences, joint publication and exchange of materials, articles and other publications.

Among the first programs to be rolled out with this new arrangement, UCU under the faculty of law would become the first university in the region to create a sandwich program under which LL.B students can study one academic year in the U.S and graduate with both an LL.B and LL.M after four years.

“We have a unique sandwich program” says Dr. Anthony Kakooza, the Dean, faculty of law. The student (s) will study the bachelors at UCU for 3 years, and in the fourth year, do the masters at Cincinnati and later come back to Uganda and graduate with a bachelors in law from UCU, and a masters in law from the UC.

“From the partnership will be exchange programs, joint publications, and material especially for the medical school and the institute” says the Dean. He added that UC has a great plan for the medical school.

Prior to the new arrangement, there had been an existing partnership between UC and the UCU faculty of law that has been in place since 2016. The John Sentamu Institute for Humanitarian Law and Human Rights has been working closely with the Human Rights Quarterly and the Urban Morgan Institute of Human Rights at UC where projects have been undertaken including the Acid Survivors project with two other Non-governmental organizations; , the Rise Coalition and End Acid Violence in Uganda.

The partnerships have already realized a draft bill, the Acid Attacks (Prohibition and Prevention) Bill, 2017 that was drafted by the faculty which when passed would be specific legislation against acid attack violence in Uganda.

The Human Rights Quarterly has sent a number of books on human rights and international humanitarian law to the faculty and have since informed students during the research.

In 2017, last year, Dr. Raj Mehta, the Vice Provost in charge of international Affairs and Prof. Bert Lockwood, the Director of the Urban Morgan Institute and the editor Human Rights Quarterly visited UCU main campus to establish a formal relationship. The partnership that has been signed by the Vice Chancellor cements the already existent relationship between UCU and University of Cincinnati and also extends the benefits to other faculties in the university.

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 Dr. Anthony Kakooza,

  • Implementation of a Revised Curriculum at Uganda Christian University – by the Dr. Anthony Kakooza, co-authored with Brian Dennison, Lecturer, Faculty of Law, Uganda Christian University, Journal of Commonwealth Law and Legal Education, Vol. 10, No. 1, Autumn 2015; The Open University Law School http://www.open.ac.uk/law/main/why-study-law/journal-commonwealth-law-and-legal-education.

  • Access to Justice and Pro Bono legal services in Uganda – Text book chapter (pp. 255-289) in D. Brian Dennison & Pamela Tibihikirra-Kalyegira (Ed.), Legal Ethics and Professionalism: A Handbook for Uganda, Geneva: Globethics.net, 2014 ISBN 978-2-88931-010-4 (Online version).

  • Cybercrime and Social-economic development in Uganda: A legal perspective, Africa Journal of Crime and Criminal Justice (AJCJ), Vol. 2, No. 1, December 2011, pp. 60-78, ISSN:2078-9254, a publication of the United Nations African Institute for the Prevention of Crime and the treatment of Offenders (UNAFRI).

  • Arbitration, Conciliation and Mediation in Uganda: A focus on the Practical aspects, The Uganda Living Law Journal, Vol. 7, No. 2, December 2009. A Publication of the Uganda Law Reform Commission – Electronically available on http://ssrn.com/abstract=1715664 (constantly ranked amongst the top ten most downloaded papers in the Social Science Research Network in various e-journal categories).

  • Embracing E-commerce in Uganda: Prospects and Challenges, Uganda Christian University Faculty of Law Journal Vol. 01, No. 2, August 2009. Electronically available on http://ssrn.com/abstract=1658659

  • Land Law Reform in Uganda: Exploring the loose ends, Uganda Christian University Research Bulletin Vol. II, 2008. Electronic version available on http://ssrn.com/abstract=1658661

  • Land Dispute Settlement in Uganda: Exploring the efficacy of the Mediation option. The Uganda Living Law Journal, June 2007, Vol. 5, A Publication of the Uganda Law Reform Commission. Electronically available on http://ssrn.com/abstract=1658683

Brian Kajubi.

  • Research Articles and Presentation Papers. “AN UN INVITED GUEST” A presentation paper talking about Western Scholarships into African Religion.

  • “Supreme Court on Matrimonial Property in Uganda” A critical analysis of how courts resolved the aspect of matrimonial property before marriage, during marriage and after divorce, what amounts to contribution etc.

  • “Supreme court on Land Acqusition and Compensation” This paper discussed a recent supreme court case of UNRA on land acquisition and the constitutionality of S.7(1) of The Land Acquisition Act about prior and prompt payment before acquisition.

 

Matsiko Godwin

  • Political History and Legal Framework of the East African Commission (peer review stage)
  • The case for Liberalizations of Pension Schemes in Sub Saharan Africa (peer review stage)
  • The Law and Procedure of Environmental Impact Assessments in Uganda (smashwords.com).
  • Assessment of Liquidated Damages in Employment Cases in Uganda (ssrn.com)
  • Various articles at http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/cf_dev/AbsByAuth.cfm?per_id=1578014,https://www.academia.edu/matsikogodwin, https//www.lawschoolnerds.blogspot.com

Patricia Bako

  • Does Traditional conflict resolution lead to Justice? The Mato Oput in Nothern Uganda, Pretoria Student Law Journal, (2009) Volume 3, page 100-108
  • Walking the talk: Are land evictions in Uganda in Line with Human Rights Standards?  LLM Dissertation, 2009, supervised by Prof Frans Vijoen, Centre for Human Rights.
  • The application of the ICC Act in Practice: The case study of Southern African Human Rights Litigation Centre Trust (SALC) and Zimbabwe Exile Forum V Director of Public Prosecution and Others, Forum Magazine, Page 2-13.
  • Towards justice for grave human rights violation: The African Union Vis-a-Visa the International Criminal Court, Uganda Christian University Law Review, ( 2014) Volume 1 No 2, Page 97-108.

Robert Kiiza

  • An analysis of the Current Legal and Institutional Framework Governing the Management of the Estates of Deceased Persons in Uganda (LLB Dissertation, Uganda Christian University, 2008);
  • Recognition and Enforcement of International Arbitral Awards: A Comparative Study of UK and Ugandan Law and Practice (LL.M Dissertation, Oxford Brookes University, 2012-Abridged version published with Lambert Publishing-UK-see www.morebooks.de).

Tuhairwe Herman

  • Tuhairwe Herman, ‘Copyright protection before and after the TRIPS Agreement; Impact

Waliya Gwokyalya

  • Book Entitled; “Taxation of Small Business Enterprises in Uganda” By Gwokyalya   Waliya. Published by; LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, Aug 2, 2013

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