Dr. Damalie E. Naggita-Musoke
SJD (University of Wisconsin-Madison), LLM (University of Nottingham), LL.B (Makerere University), DIP. Legal Practice, (Law Development Centre), Kampala.
Dr. Naggita-Musoke is a Senior Lecturer, School of Law, Makerere University. She is Dean Emeritus and has previously served as Inaugural Principal of the School of Law. She has also served as Associate Dean of the Faculty of Law as well as Head of the Department of Law and Jurisprudence. She is a member of the School of Law Anti-Sexual Harassment Committee. She has worked as Senior Legal Officer of Coffee Marketing Board Limited. She possesses a postgraduate diploma in International Law and Organization for Development (Institute of Social Research The Hague, Netherlands) and a Postgraduate Certificate in Human Rights of Women (Stadtschlaining, Austria). She is an advocate of all courts of Judicature in Uganda and a partner in Mubiru-Musoke, Musisi & Co. Advocates. She sits on various Committees and Boards at and outside the University. Dr. Naggita-Musoke currently serves on the Pro Bono and Legal Aid Committee of the Law Council.
Dr. Naggita-Musoke has various academic and research interests, in the areas of Gender and Women’s rights, Children’s rights and juvenile justice, and Disability rights, as well as procedural law and land rights. She is currently undertaking an ongoing project titled “Promoting Disability Rights Through Legal Education” at the School of Law, mainly to build capacity of faculty of the School and eventually the law graduates to interface with disability issues.