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Call For Research Consultancy: Examine The Efficacy of The Small Claims Court

  • In Law
  • 24 May 2019 - 7:21pm
  • By Mark Wamai
  • 1,535
The Head Democratic Governance facility (DGF) Mr. Wim Stoffers (2nd Right) and Principal, School of Law Assoc.Prof. Christopher Mbazira (3rd Left) exchange the signed document after DGF awarded the School a two-year UGX2.2bn grant to the "Using Legal Education to Promote Public Interest Lawyering and Improve Access to Justice" Project in May 2019.

The Public Interest Law Clinic (PILAC), Makerere University School of Law with support from the Democratic Governance Facility (DGF) is implementing a Project titled: Using Legal Education to Promote Public Interest Lawyering and Improve Access to Justice. The project aims to harness the legal knowledge of law students on social justice issues in the community as well as improving public policy and the rule of law in Uganda.

One of the activities in the current project is to undertake research to examine the efficacy of small claims courts in enhancing access to justice for vulnerable and marginalized groups.

Terms and Reference of the Consultant

a. Submit a technical proposal and budget
b. Conduct the research
c. Participate in Research validation seminar
d. Submit final research report
e. Develop policy brief
f. Participate in Advocacy meetings


The consultancy will commence on the 1st of June 2019 to 31st January 2020. Timelines should be followed according to the work plan.

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