Uganda Law Council (ULC)
The Uganda Law Council is a body established by the Advocates Act, Cap. 267 (as amended). It is charged with the mandate of regulating the legal profession and legal aid service provision to indigent persons in Uganda. One of the functions of the Law Council under the Advocates (Legal Aid to Indigent Persons) Regulations, 2007 is to exercise general supervision and control over the provision of legal aid and advice to indigent persons.
Project title: Regulation and Supervision of Legal Aid and Probono
Brief description: The project will strengthen ULC’s mandate and role in regulating and supervising legal aid and probono service providers across the country.
Geographical coverage: Kampala, Jinja, Tororo, Lira and Mabarara districts.