Press Release

Restore International President Visits CJ,PJ

10th, November 2017
On November 9, 2017 Mr. Bob Goff, the President of American-based Restore International, paid a courtesy call on the Hon. the Chief Justice, Bart M. Katureebe and the Hon. the Principal Judge, Hon. Justice Dr. Yorokamu Bamwine. Read More »

ICD, ICC Discuss Witness Protection

10th, November 2017
Uganda's High Court International Crimes Division (ICD) and Criminal Court (ICC) met in Kampala to discuss witness protection. Read More »

DCJ Attends the 3rd Continental Judicial Dialogue in Arusha

10th, November 2017
The Deputy Chief Justice, Hon. Justice Alphonse Owiny Dollo, is among the dignitaries taking part in the third Continental Judicial Dialogue in Arusha, Tanzania. Read More »

CJ Interfaces with Civil Review Committee

10th, November 2017
The Chief Justice, Hon. Justice Bart M. Katureebe has appreciated the ongoing reviews of civil procedures by the Civil Review Committee that is chaired by the Principal Judge, Hon. Justice Dr. Yorokamu Bamwine.  Read More »

Raising Awareness on Asset Recovery

7th, November 2017
Kampala. More than 35 key stakeholders in the Justice system have taken part in a one-day awareness-raising workshop on Asset Recovery at the Serena Hotel. Read More »

Court Grants Investigator Journalists Bail

7th, November 2017
Kampala. Court sitting at the City Hall Magistrate's court on November 6, 2017, granted bail to Mr. Stanley Ndawula, a journalist and the CEO of the Investigator Publications Limited, after he had been formally charged with offensive communication. Read More »

Judges, Registrars Discuss Case Backlog Reduction Strategies

6th, November 2017
The Chief Justice, Hon. Justice Bart M. Katureebe, on November 3, 2017 presided over this year's High Court Judges and Registrars meeting in Kampala, which, among others, discussed strategies to reduce case backlog. Read More »

The Judiciary Headquarters for Face Lift

1st, November 2017
The Judiciary head office in Kampala is set to undergo renovations that will give the nearly a hundred years old building a face-lift.  Read More »