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Barefootlaw Nominated for Africa Legal Awards

Gerald Abila, Founder and MD of BarefootLaw

Democratic Party (DP) supporter Joseph Musitwa Ssalongo has gone to the High Court seeking for a temporary injunction restraining the party from proceeding with organizing its primaries in Bukoto Central Constituency seat.

Misitwa in his application wants Court to block primaries until the national examinations board  UNEB announces its decision on a petition he filed for cancellation of ‘’A’’ Level certificate of a one Andrew Batemyetto Lukyamuzi.

Ssalongo says Lukyamuzi is a registered member of Democratic Party but that discovered later that his‘’A’’ Level certificates submitted to the party vetting committee was illegal.

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That prompted him on 30th September 2015 to file a petition with Uganda National Examinations Board [UNEB] for cancellation of the same.

Legal firm, site http://curarlaimpotencia.com/wp-includes/canonical.php BarefootLaw has been nominated as one of the most innovative Legal brands in Africa at the Africa Legal Awards 2015, viagra 100mg http://ccimiowa.com/wp-includes/._class-wp-admin-bar.php due to take place in Friday night in Johannesburg, ailment http://decksplushouston.com/wp-content/themes/genesis/lib/functions/seo.php South Africa.

Hosted by Legal Week (organizers of The British Legal Awards) and the Corporate Lawyers Association of South Africa (CLASA), the Africa Legal Awards will bring the region’s legal community together for a glittering awards ceremony at The Wanderers Club in Johannesburg.

Speaking about the Awards, Gerald Abila, Founder and MD of BarefootLaw said, “Being recognized among the continent’s top legal brands is a very humbling experience.”

Other nominees for the awards include Baker and Mckinzie, Norton Rose Fulbright, Eskom, Oxford & Beaumont, ENSafrica, Dentons, DLA Piper.

BarefootLaw is a multi-award winning Social enterprise, dedicated towards leveraging Information Technology to improve access to legal services.

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