UW Privacy Moot Court Competition

About #UWPrivacyMoot

The competition is open to all law schools in Uganda and is a great opportunity for students to showcase their legal talents and learn more about the increasingly important field of privacy law. Participating in this competition gives law students a chance to develop their research, writing, and advocacy skills, as well as to network with other law students and legal professionals. In addition, the competition provides students with exposure to the latest legal trends and issues in privacy law, which is becoming increasingly relevant in today's digital age.



April 29, 2023
Attendee following the Boot camp on Zoom

Expert-led Boot Camp Equips Law Students for the Upcoming Unwanted Witness Privacy Moot Court Competition 2023

Unwanted Witness hosted a virtual boot camp training for the participants of the Unwanted Privacy Moot Court Competition 2023
April 11, 2023

The Fight for Privacy Rights: A Moot Court Competition

The upcoming Unwanted Witness Privacy Moot Court Competition is set to bring together law students around the country to argue and address contemporary issues related to privacy and personal data protection.
April 11, 2023

Unprecedented Response: Registration for Unwanted Witness Privacy Moot Competition Closes with Record Number of Participants

The Unwanted Witness Privacy Moot Competition has closed its registration for the 2023 edition, and the response has been nothing short of impressive.
March 28, 2023

PILAC partners with Unwanted Witness: 2nd edition of Privacy Moot Court Competition launched

On the 2nd March 2023, Public Interest Law Clinic (PILAC), School of Law (SoL), Makerere University together […]
March 28, 2023

KIU beat Makerere University to win ‘Unwanted Witness privacy Moot’

By Isaac Akugizibwe KIU, Main Campus-KIU continued with its imperious performance in legal competitions when they […]