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In a social media message, Opiyo, has extended his congratulations to Sebatindira just after losing to her in an election held at imperial Royal hotel, Entebbe where the general assembly convened.
“Congratulations to Ruth Sebatindira upon your re-election. Let’s build not break the society,” Opiyo said in a message.
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Among other notables present on the occasion were; Executive Director of the Law Development Centre, Frank Nigel Othemi, Dr Pamela Kalyegira (UCU Law Dean), East Africa Law Society President James Mwawu, Kenya Bar Chairman Eric Mutua and Tito Byenkya.
Like we reported earlier, the ULS has in recent years come under heavy criticism for not coming out boldly to defend the rule of law.
The society dragged its feet and also exhibited signs of spinelessness in challenging the re-appointment of Chief Justice Benjamin Odoki after the expiry of his term in office last year.
According to those who attended the general assembly, the Christian Lawyers’ influence determined the outcome of the USL election that handed back Sebatindira her seat.
Brief Work profile: Ruth Sebatindira
Ruth is a business lawyer and the founder and managing partner of Ligomarc.
Her fourteen years’ of experience include time as a litigator, where she handled unprecedented cases in banking and finance as well as in trademarks and drug regulation.
She has also worked as a Senior Tax Advisor with Deloitte & Touche, Kampala and with M/s Kalenge, Bwanika, Kimuli & Co. Advocates, a commercial litigation law Firm in Kampala.
Led by her efforts, the Uganda Law Society created the first ever Female Lawyers Committee in its 57 year history to improve the standing and influence of female lawyers in the legal profession.