Secretary, Uganda Law Reform Commission

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The Uganda Law Reform Commission is established by Article 248 of the Constitution of the Republic of Uganda (1995) and the specific operational details are provided in the Uganda Law Reform Commission Act (Cap 25, Laws of Uganda).  The core mandate of the Commission is to study and keep under constant review the Acts and other laws comprising the Laws of Uganda with a view to making recommendations for their systematic improvement, development, modernization and reform.

It is the considered view of the Commission that a good law must be flexible and receptive to change, so as to remain fair, relevant and up to date and above all, take into account the needs of the people.  As society changes over time so do the views and values of the members of that society. Law reform serves and plays the role of ensuring that this match is achieved by creating changes which contribute to making the laws of the country reflect those values and needs.

JOB DETAILS:

Applications are invited from suitably qualified Ugandans to fill the following vacant position:
• Secretary, Uganda Law Reform Commission;
Details of the vacant position can be found on the Uganda Law Reform Commission official website - www.ulrc.go.ug . .

Job application procedure
Interested and qualified applicants should send their applications in triplicate, with names and contact details of two (2) references, a detailed CV and certified photocopies of their academic documents to the;
Ag. Secretary, Uganda Law Reform Commission,
8th Floor, Workers House,
Plot 1, Pilkington Road
P. O. Box 12149 Kampala.
All serving public servants should submit their applications through their heads of department.
Deadline of receipt of applications is three weeks from the date of this advert.
The Commission is an equal opportunities employer.