Features & Highlights

US Embassy, Family Division Discuss Inter-Country Adoptions

On Monday (May 10, 2021), the Head of the Family Division of the High Court, Hon. Justice David Matovu, held a meeting with officials from the US Embassy in Kampala to follow up on the fate of inter-country adoptions at the Division.

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PS Bigirimana Vows to Deal with ECCMIS Detractors

The Permanent Secretary/Secretary to Judiciary, Mr Pius Bigirimana, has vowed to cause the arrest of any individual who tries to fail the upcoming Electronic Court Case Management Information System (ECCMIS). 

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Magistrates Tipped On Human Rights-Based Approach

With support from JLOS, the Judicial Training Institute held a one-day workshop for Judicial Officers on strengthening the Human Rights-Based Approach (HRBA) in the administration of Justice.

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DCJ Engages Luwero, Nakasongola Judicial Officers On Case Backlog

The Deputy Chief Justice, Hon. Justice Richard Buteera, and Chairperson of the Case Backlog Monitoring Committee was on Wednesday (May 8,2021) in Luwero, where he held a meeting with Judicial Officers under Luwero and Nakasongola Chief Magisterial areas.

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EAC Political Confederation Experts Meets Judiciary

Drafting experts of the East Africa Community Political Confederation Constitution were at the Judiciary headquarters in Kampala (Monday May 3, 2021) for a consultation process. They met Judiciary's Top Management headed by the Deputy Chief Justice, Hon. Justice Richard Buteera. 

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Justice Egonda-Ntende Flags Off Months-Long ECCMIS User Training

Court of Appeal's Hon. Justice Frederick Egonda-Ntende, flagged off an exercise to mark the beginning of user training in the new Electronic Court Case Management Information System (ECCMIS). Hon. Justice Egonda chairs the Judiciary ECCMIS Steering Committee.

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Date : 15 May 2021
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