Press Release

SCP Launched at Bulambuli CM Court

12th, December 2018
BULAMBULI: Small Claims Procedure (SCP) was launched at Bulambuli Magistrate's Court. Read More »

PJ Flags Off Induction for New Magistrates Grade One

12th, December 2018
KAMPALA: The Principal Judge, Dr. Yorokamu Bamwine, presided a five-day induction for 16 newly appointed Magistrate Grade Ones. Read More »

Prioritize Judiciary to get World Bank Support, CJ tells Gov't

12th, December 2018
KAMPALA: The Chief Justice, Hon. Justice Bart M. Katureebe says he has a huge task of convincing government officials about the vital role played by the Judiciary in development of the country and in turn, get support from World Bank. Read More »

Judicial Officers Discuss Best Practices in Land Cases

12th, December 2018
KAMPALA: A cross-section of Judicial Officers on Friday, December 7, 2018 took part in a consultative meeting on best practices in the adjudication of land cases. Read More »

Transparency International to Engage Judicial Officers Before Publishing Reports

11th, December 2018
KAMPALA: Anti-corruption watchdog, Transparency International (TI) agreed to obtain information from Judicial Officers and Court Users before publication of reports so as to come up with informed and enforceable findings and recommendations. Read More »

Judiciary Staff Get SCP Training

11th, December 2018
KAMPALA: A two-day training on Small Claims Procedure (SCP) has been organized by the Judicial Training Institute (JTI) for both Judicial and non-judicial staff. Read More »

Uganda Making Progress on SGBV Cases - PJ

11th, December 2018
The Principal Judge, Hon. Justice Dr. Yorokamu Bamwine, on December 6, 2018 delivered a keynote address at the second National Symposium on Justice for Women and Girls at Hotel Africana organized by Uganda Law Society. Read More »

16 Days of Activism Kick-Off at JTI

30th, November 2018
KAMPALA: The Judicial Training Institute in partnership with UN Women kicked off a series of activities aimed at raising awareness on violence against women and girls. Read More »