Principles Of Constituional Law I

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Course Venue:

Senate Room 2

School of Law

Course Schedule

5 PM: 
7 PM
8 AM: 
10 AM
7 PM: 
9 PM
8 AM: 
10 AM
8 AM: 
10 AM
Course Code: 
LAW 1110
Course Credit Units: 
Semester 1
Year of Study: 
Year 1
Undergraduate or Graduate Level: 
Undergraduate Level
Academic Programs: 
Course Discipline: 
Course Description & Objectives: 

The course covers constitutional history of Uganda from the pre-colonial state to the promulgation of the 1995 Constitution.ObjectivesThe study of Constitutional History is designed to introduce the student to the evolution and influence of past historical forms and structures upon contemporary Ugandan reality.  The approach adopted is a multi-disciplinary one and illuminates the political, socio-economic and cultural dimensions of the evolution of Constitutional Law and Politics since the founding of Uganda.

Learning Outcomes: 

By the end of the course, students will be expected to have grasped the many twists and turns through which Constitutional Law and the political context within which it operates in Uganda has evolved.  While the focus is on key historical events since the establishment of a British Protectorate in 1894, the course also seeks to convey an understanding of the political economy of Imperial politics, the dynamics of local forms of governance and political organization and their lasting impact on contemporary forms of constitutional discourse and governance in the country.

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