CR. Amanya Advocates and Solicitors.
CR. Amanya Advocates and Solicitors, Notaries Public and Commissioner for Oaths, are a leading full service law firm in Uganda. The boutique Ugandan law firm provides exquisite and tailor made legal services and solutions for its individual and corporate both domestic and international clients.
CR. Amanya Advocates and Solicitors is an associate firm and exclusive partner of Prae Legal, a global network of Independent lawyers operating with more than 252 law offices worldwide.
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In the spirit of Elizabeth Cady Stanton, CRAA has established one of the leading law firms in Uganda pro bono programs. Our pro bono commitment is key to who we are and is the reason why many of our lawyers in uganda have made their professional home here. We believe that all lawyers in Uganda have a moral obligation to do pro bono work, and we strive to be the best there is. Our commitment to pro bono is as broad as it is deep. We have no single “signature” project—our program is as diverse as the interests of our legal team and the needs of justice. We have a heavy load of “impact” cases. Our impact cases involve the death penalty, political asylum, election reform, criminalization of speech, media freedom and religious freedom, among many other areas.
Besides the legal services in Uganda offered as the leading amongst law firms in Uganda, our firm also offers training services conducted through our training school. The firm is affiliated with C.R. Amanya Academy which is a training academy that offers specialized courses in legal, governance, legislative, economic and management subjects.
Section 154 (1) of the Penal Code of Uganda states that any man who has sexual intercourse with any married woman not being his wife commits adultery. The punishment is imprisonment not exceeding 12 months or a fine of UGX 200/= up to UGX 1200/=. Section 154(2) of the Penal Code goes further to stateSeptember 14, 2021
If there is someone having sleepless nights these days, it is the Prosecutor in the matter of Nicholas Opiyo Vs Uganda, Criminal Case No. 106 of 2020. You all remember that case on 22nd December 2020 when Nicholas was arrested from a restaurant in Kamokya and social media was awash with #freeNicholasOpiyo. He was charged,September 10, 2021
On 20th August 2021, Bank of Uganda (Hereinafter referred to as “BOU”) issued a circular notifying financial institutions of a proposal to increase the minimal capital requirements …….September 3, 2021