Press Release

High Court Session in Iganga Opens

16th, January 2018
Iganga. A High Court criminal session begun in Iganga. The session is expected to handle a back load of capital offenses, some as old as 2010.  Read More »

Judiciary Reshuffles 132 Registrars, Magistrates

12th, January 2018
Kampala. At least 132 judicial officers on the lower bench have been transferred in a move aimed at improving service delivery. Read More »

Mediation Training Goes to Mbale

11th, January 2018
The Judiciary started on a week-long Mediation training exercise targeting judicial officers, civic and religious leaders in the greater Mbale area. Read More »

Demonstrating at Courts is Uncivilized

4th, January 2018
KAMPALA: The Judiciary has noted with concern increased cases of interference in the judicial process. Read More »

CJ, Stakeholders Discuss Automation of the Courts

15th, December 2017
The Hon. the Chief Justice, Hon. Justice Bart M. Katureebe, on December 14, 2017 presided over a Stakeholder Validation Workshop for the Electronic Case Management Information System (ECMIS) - a digital-based system being designed in line with the ongoing automation of the Ugandan Courts. Read More »

JLOS Stakeholders Debate on Sentencing Guidelines for Magistrates Courts

15th, December 2017
Stakeholders in the Criminal justice system on December 14, 2017 held a Consensus building workshop on Sentencing Guidelines for Magistrates Courts at Grand Imperial Hotel in Kampala. Read More »

Namibian Judiciary Team on Bench-marking Visit

13th, December 2017
Kampala. The Deputy Chief Justice of Namibia, Hon. Justice Petrus Damaseb, has led a delegation of judicial officers who are in the country on a bench-marking visit. Read More »

UJOA Resolves to Defer Industrial Action

12th, December 2017
Kampala. Judicial Officers under their umbrella body, Uganda Judicial Officers Association (UJOA), resolved to defer industrial action to February 12, 2018. The decision was taken to give Government an opportunity to make a concrete pay raise offer. Read More »