The UCU School of Law is headed by the Dean Dr. Peter Davis Mutesasira who is vested with overall supervisory administrative functions of the faculty. The Dean is assisted by two Associate Deans i.e., Ms. Mirriam Achieng for Main Campus and Dr. Charlotte Kabaseke for Kampala campus.
The School of Law has an enriching student life. Our students engage in a number of activities at the school including moots, dinners, sports, clubs and associations and outreach programs that are geared towards building a holistic person.
The School of Law has a well built moot culture, with our students participating in a number of moot court competitions on the national, regional and global scene. Our students have competed at the prestigious JESSUP Moot Court competition that takes place annually in the United States. Other moots include the IHL Moot, CEHURD among others. We have won a number of these moots.
With over 2,000 students both at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels and 90 staff members, the School of Law at Uganda Christian University (UCU) is one of the leading Law Schools in Uganda. At UCU we strive to train lawyers who are morally well-grounded, know the law and can effectively apply the law in response to social challenges.
The UCU School of Law Which has been in existence for more than twenty years, has two study campuses with one located at the Main Campus in Mukono and other Campus located at Kampala within the capital city of Uganda.
The UCU School of Law is headed by the Dean who is deputized by two Associate Deans i.e., one for Main and the other for Kampala campus. The UCU School of Law has three Departments which are headed by Heads of Department and these include: Department for Diploma Studies; Departments for Undergraduate Studies and Department for Postgraduate Studies. In addition to these Departments, the UCU School of Law also has the John Sentamu Institute for Human Rights and an award-winning Moots/Trial Advocacy programme.