Law is a system of rules that are created and enforced through social or governmental institutions to regulate behavior. It has been defined both as “the science of justice” and “the art of justice”. Law regulates and ensures that individuals or a community adhere to the will of the state.
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Where can i study Law in Uganda?
What are the 4 types of laws?
The four types of Law are; criminal, civil, common and statuate.
How many years does it take to become a lawyer in Uganda?
It takes four (4) years to complete an undergraduate law degree in Uganda, and it is not compulsory to undertake an internship at the undergraduate level. The Law Development Centre, Kampala is the only institution in Uganda that is approved to offer the Bar course and confirm one as an advocate
What is the requirement to study law in Uganda?
Direct Entry; applicants should hold at least Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education (UACE) certificate with at least 2 principal passes at the same sitting. Applicants must have qualifications that are recognized for university entry in their respective countries for a Bachelor of Laws degree or equivalent.
What is LLB in law?
Bachelor of Laws (Latin: Legum Baccalaureus; LL.B.) is an undergraduate law degree in England and most common law jurisdictions except the United States and Canada which allows a person to become a lawyer.
How much do the lawyers earn in Uganda?
In Uganda, experienced lawyers and judges earn up to Ush 18 million per month. Those in private practice, however, make varying amounts based on the clients they represent. But the profession is highly rewarding
Which is better LLB or LLB Hons?
LLB and LLB Hons are both almost the same subjects. The only difference is that the latter offers you in-depth knowledge. After LLB, you might not be able to pursue specialization courses of LLM, but after LLB Hons, you can pursue courses like LLM in Criminal Justice, Forensics, Human Rights, etc
Can I study LLB part time in Uganda?
There are currently 10 Kenyan universities offering LLB degrees, mostly with conventional full-time curricula and some with part-time training under the parallel programmes