Founder members, patron, chairperson, board members and directors.
In honour of their vision, support, dedication in leadership and service of UCLF (1987 – 2007)
Justice Julia Sebutinde
Justice Julia Sebutinde is the new Chancellor of Muteesa1 university, she is serving as a judge on the International Court of Justice, the first African woman to sit on the World Court. Previously, she was the Presiding Judge in Courtroom II, currently responsible for hearing the case against former Liberian strongman, Charles Taylor. In 2005 Justice Julia Sebutinde was appointed to the Special Court on Sierra Leone, established by the United Nations. In 1996, she was appointed Judge of the High Court of Uganda. In that capacity, she presided over three commissions of inquiry related to the following government departments:
Corruption in the Uganda Police
Corruption in the Uganda People’s Defence Force
Corruption in the Uganda Revenue Authority
Justice Mike J. Chibita
Justice Mike J. Chibita is the Director of Public Prosecution and a former Judge of the High Court of Uganda. Previously, he was the Executive assistant/assistant commissioner/commissioner general’s office; Uganda revenue authority, Principal state attorney/attorney general’s chambers, Private secretary/legal affairs to H.E the President, Personal/legal assistant to Attorney general, State attorney- Attorney General’s chambers and Lecturer, international relations and African history, North western college, St Paul, MN, USA.
Mr. Paul Bakibinga
Mr. Paul Bakibinga joined BBC World Service in 1997. Previously, he presented Africa Live! (now called Africa Have Your Say), Postmark Africa and Health Matters. He has been an actor and director on BBC productions for Africa and performed on stage, TV and films in Uganda, US and the UK
Mr. George Bamugemereire
Mr. George Bamugemereire is currently the Deputy Inspectorate of Government, was HR/Legal Consultant at Legal Inquiry Africa Consult, HR Account Manager at Shell International Petroleum Company, Team Leader Global Employee Share Purchase Plan at Shell International Limited and HR / Legal Manager Shell Uganda. Specialties include: Performance Management, Transfer of Undertakings Employment Protection (TUPE). Structured interviewing and employment law.
Mr. Charles Owor 1959-2000 (R.I.P)
Charles was able to accomplish so much because of his strong and committed faith in the Lord Jesus and his servant leadership and the love of democracy, justice, the law and humanity. Charles was a people person. He loved people of all walks of life, tribes and nation. Indeed Charles made followers of every tribe and nation. Charles Owor was involved in numerous non-governmental organizations (NGOs) some of which he founded and sat on many boards of varied organization in Uganda. As a leader, he was never afraid to challenge the status quo even to great risk to his own safety and life. Clearly he understood Luke. 12:4 -5: very well
Ms. Harriet Lwabi.
Ms.Harriet Lwabi is Ag. Solicitor General Uganda and Chairperson Justice Law and Order Sector. She previously worked with 1st Parliamentary Counsel,Legal Drafting, Ministry of Justice Uganda.
Ms. Dorothy Kisaka.
Ms. Dorothy Kisaka is a Commissioner at NRM Uganda Electoral Commission Faculty at Haggai Institute International Attorney At Law at Kiyimba-Kisaka & Co Advocates
Ms. Eva Mudondo.
Ms. Eva Mudondo is an Advocate(Attorney)- Intellectual Property Consultant at SIPI Law Associates , was Adjunct Professor at Cedar Valley College and co-founder at trinity fish farm ltd
Mr. Barney Afako.
Mr. Barney Afako, is an expert on transitional justice, has practiced law and worked on conflict resolution in Uganda, Zimbabwe and the United Kingdom. He has supported conflict resolution, access to justice and human rights interventions in Eastern and Southern Africa. Mr. Afako has been a consultant on peace talks for civil society organizations, the Ugandan Amnesty Commission and the government. He is a keen follower of the work of the interventions of the International Criminal Court in Africa, and is currently one of the Legal Advisors to the Ugandan Peace Negotiations in Juba that are seeking the end to the conflict between the Government of Uganda and the Lords Resistance Army. Mr Afako is also a part-time Immigration Judge in the United Kingdom.
Mr. Edward Sekabanja Kato
Mr. Edward Sekabanja Kato is the former President of the Uganda Christian Lawyer’s fraternity and the Managing Partner of Sekabanja & Co. Advocates. He is an Advocate of the High court, and a commissioner for oaths. Edward has successively represented and advised both local and international corporations in areas of commercial law, banking and property conveyancy. These include; Crane Bank Ltd, Transroads (New Jersey), Kiva Microfinance – USA, Aid Health Care Foundation (AHF)- USA. Edward has also been a lecturer at the University of Nkumba where he taught various commercial laws.
Mr. Mark Barrel
Mr. Mark Barrel, is the Executive Director at Lawyers Christian Fellowship U.K
Mr. James Mutoigo
Mr. James Mutoigo is an Attorney working at Mutoigo, James in Burlington, Ontario, Canada.