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    • The art of oratory in jurisprudence 

      Lubogo, Isaac Christopher (Jescho Publishing House, 2022)
      Lawyers often speak before adjudicators, city councils, planning commissions, and give talks to civic groups, business executives, or company employees. They even give media interviews on behalf of clients. For certain ...
    • The art of oratory in jurisprudence 

      Lubogo, Isaac Christopher (Jescho Publishing House, 2022)
      Lawyers often speak before adjudicators, city councils, planning commissions, and give talks to civic groups, business executives, or company employees. They even give media interviews on behalf of clients. For certain ...
    • Asexuality, gender and the law in Uganda 

      Lubogo, Isaac Christopher (Jescho Publishing House, 2022)
      Asexuality is the lack of sexual attraction to others or low or absent interest in or desire for sexual activity. It may be considered a sexual orientation or the lack thereof. It may be categorized more widely to include ...
    • Cyber law in Uganda 

      Lubogo, Isaac Christopher (Jescho Publishing House, 2021)
      Cyber law is the law governing the internet and all digital transactions carried out thereon. Cyber law is indeed one of the novel areas of the legal system. This is because internet technology develops at such a rapid ...
    • Digital money : the law of crypto currency and cryptography in Uganda 

      Lubogo, Isaac Christopher (Jescho Publishing House, 2022)
      Ordinarily, a cryptocurrency is a digital currency. Crypto currencies are digital assets that are designed to effect electronic payments without the participation of a central authority or intermediary such as a Central ...
    • Dream deferred? Democracy and good governance: an assessment of the findings of Uganda’s country self-assessment report under the African Peer Mechanism 

      Mbazira, Christopher (Human Rights and Peace Centre, Makerere University, 2008-10)
      The New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD) heralds dawn of a new African continent with a commitment to redeem the continent in economic, social and political terms. One of the features of NEPAD is the African ...
    • Equal opportunity, age-based discrimination and the rights of elderly persons in Uganda 

      Oloka-Onyango, Joe (Human Rights and Peace Centre, Makerere University, 2008-11)
      Average life expectancy for Ugandans is currently estimated at 50 years for both men and women. Nonetheless, with developed healthcare systems and social conditions, there are telling indicators that a significant number ...
    • The executive constitutional mandate. Demystifying the fountain of honor. Presidential powers overreach in Uganda 

      Lubogo, Isaac Christopher (Jescho Publishing House, 2021)
      When a counrty is hurtling towards its destruction merit and intergrity are sacrificed at the Alter of atavisitic ethnic jingoism camofaulegled through processes that are carefully choreographed to hoodwink the casual ...
    • Exorcising the inexorcible Buganda ghost 

      Lubogo, Isaac Christopher (Jescho Publishing House, 2022)
      About the Book Exorcising the inexorcible Buganda ghost: Hoodwinked, Dumped, Used and re-dumped; A quest for Buganda's cause for Buganda's independence. Buganda in response to their proposals, were invariably faced either ...
    • Exorcising the inexorcible Buganda Ghost 

      Lubogo, Isaac Christopher (Jescho Publishing House, 2022)
      Buganda just like the Zulu kingdom was abuetiful, organized centralized state, infact so orgnised was it that it had the best naval army around the Lake Victoria, it had acentral head figre in form of the Kabaka, a person ...
    • Fashion, design and entertainment law in Uganda 

      Lubogo, Isaac Christopher (Jescho Publishing House, 2022)
      Fashion is literally defined to mean a popular or the latest style of clothing, hair, decoration or behavior. Fashion law can be defined as an amalgamation of various kinds of laws viz contract law, employment law, consumer ...
    • Freedom through law 

      Lubogo, Isaac Christopher (Jescho Publishing House, 2021)
      If the legal system or a particular law is wrong or not good enough, and should be changed: if that is against the law, then the law is an ass – an idiot….said of a law that one thinks is unnecessary or ridiculous. The ...
    • Frustrated or Frustrating?: the inspector general of government and the question of political corruption in Uganda 

      Ruhweza, Daniel R. (Human Rights and Peace Centre, Makerere University, 2008-11)
      One of the main reasons the National Resistance Movement/ Army started a guerrilla movement, which subsequently over threw the so-called “bad” government of the day in 1986, was to eliminate corruption from the rubric of ...
    • History of Busoga 

      Lubogo, Y. K. (Marianum Press Ltd, 2020)
      This “History of Busoga” is a translation of the original work of Mr. Y.K. Lubogo which was written in Luganda between 1921 and 1938. While considerable effort has been made to produce a readable English version, the ...
    • Intelligent design and the African ontological and epistemological aesthetics: A legal philosophical discourse 

      Lubogo, Isaac Christopher (Jescho Publishing House, 2021)
      This book introduces the controversy over intelligent Design; introducing some closely related views, such as creationism, theistic evolutionism and naturalistic evolutionism. It deals with the relationship of African ...
    • Law of forensics : a proof beyond the shadow of doubt 

      Lubogo, Isaac Christopher (Jescho Publishing House, 2021)
      Everything is a self-portrait, a diary, your whole drug history’s in a strand of your hair. Your fingernails the forensic details the lining of your stomach is a document. The calluses on your hand tell all your secrets. ...
    • The law of oil and gas in Uganda 

      Lubogo, Isaac Christopher (Jescho Publishing House, 2021)
      The history of petroleum from 1859 up to about 1960 is inseparable from that of the big oil companies which formed and grew rapidly in order to seek, produce, transform, transport and sell this precious liquid. The first ...
    • The law of penology and criminology "I can’t breathe" : a legal philosophical appraisal of the need to hamornize the law in Uganda 

      Lubogo, Isaac Christopher (Jescho Publishing House, 2021)
      “If a law is unjust, a man is not only right to disobey it, he is obligated to do so as a test of legal validity, any law that degrades human personality is unjust. All segregation statutes are unjust because segregation ...
    • The law of sports and entertainment in Uganda 

      Lubogo, Isaac Christopher (Jescho Publishing House, 2021)
      Sports can be defined as institutionalized competitive activity which involves two or more opponents and stresses physical exertion by serious competitors who represent or are part of formally organized associations. ...
    • Law of Witchcraft in Uganda 

      Lubogo, Isaac Christopher (Jescho Publishing House, 2022)
      Use of supernatural or magical powers is a prominent phenomenon since antiquity till date. In our latter days, successful businessmen have been accused of amassing illicit wealth through the practice of witchcraft ...