The Uganda Legal Information Institute. ULII is a free legal information service provided by the Law Reporting Unit of the Uganda Judiciary and a member of the global Free Access to Law community. : Uganda Law Society. The Uganda Law Society is the Bar Association for lawyers in Uganda. From negotiating with and lobbying the profession’s regulators, government and others, to offering training and advice, we are here to help, protect and promote lawyers across Uganda. The Uganda Law Society also provides professional services, resources, support and benefits to its members and engages in activities designed to improve access to justice.  Parliament of the Republic of Uganda.  Bills,Acts and other Publications of parliament business  Justice Centres Uganda (JCU) is a Government Project of the Justice, Law and Order Sector hosted and supervised by the Judiciary of Uganda. ​JCU informs, advocates and helps poor, marginalised and vulnerable people in Uganda to realise their rights. The Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs is the overseer of Uganda to ensure as a country upholds the rule of law, good governance and due process for all citizens and residents.  The Justice Law and Order Sector  is a sector wide approach adopted by the Government of Uganda to bring together institutions with closely linked mandates of administering justice and maintaining law and order and human rights, into developing a common vision, policy framework, unified on objectives and plan over the medium term. It focuses on a holistic approach to improving access to and administration of justice through the sector wide approach to planning, budgeting, programme implementation, monitoring and evaluation.   Judicial Service Commission vision is to Develop a Skilled and Empowered Legal Profession in Execution of its Statutory Mandate to Foster and Improve Access to and Administration of Justice as well as Good Governance in Uganda.     Membership to East Africa Law Society  guarantees unlimited access to a huge regional and international network of contacts, a unique learning opportunity, and the chance to actively participate in discussions pertaining to development of regional and international legal practice.Our membership stretches over 28,000 lawyers and comprises of all the national bars in the East African Community – the Law Society of KenyaTanganyika Law SocietyUganda Law SocietyZanzibar Law SocietyRwanda Bar AssociationBurundi Bar Association and the South Sudan Bar Association. The membership is both institutional as well as individual. : FindLaw, the 1 trusted source for free legal information, and Thomson Reuters, the world’s leading provider of news and information-based tools to professionals, unite to bring you affordable, high-quality forms and services. Secure your future today. Australasian Legal Information Institute A joint facility of UTS and UNSW Faculties of Law  Canadian Legal Information Institute. The Southern African Legal Information Institute publishes legal information for free public access which comprises mainly of case law from South Africa. and Irish Legal Information Institute.
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