ALAUTERIO NTEGYEREIZE is currently a tutorial assistant in the School of Law at Kampala International University (KIU) Main Campus, Kansanga-Kampala where he teaches the Law of Insurance and Negligence, Strict Liability & Procedure in Torts. In addition to that, he is a lawyer, an Advocate of the High Court of Uganda, and the Managing Partner M/s Ntegyereize, Ingura & Musiimenta Advocates. Alauterio has also served as a Legal Officer at Refugee Law Project at the Makerere University School of Law where he mediated and litigated cases for refugees on behalf of the project..
Ntegyereize holds a Bachelor of Laws Degree (LL.B) (Hons.) and a Diploma in Financial Services and Business Computing (DFB) (Finance option) obtained from Makerere University in Kampala in 2009 and 2004 respectively, plus a Diploma in Legal Practice which he obtained from the Law Development Centre (LDC), Kampala in 2011. He trained in International Humanitarian Law (IHL) when he represented Makerere University in a one-week 8th Annual International Moot Competition on International Humanitarian Law in Arusha, Tanzania (22nd – 29th November, 2008) organized by the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC).
He is an ardent researcher, and while at Refugee Law Project, he published a research report on Informal Justice Structures in Refugee Settlements in Uganda. Ntegyereize also trained and worked with M/s Ntambirweki Kandeebe & Co. Advocates between 2011 and 2013. He has handled or been involved in preparation of pleadings in land matters, employment cases, Judicial Review cases, criminal cases, election petitions, fatal accident claims, contract cases, domestic relations, and cross border matters cutting across the East Africa community, among others.
Ntegyereize has argued and/or mediated a number of cases including Labour Dispute Reference No. 109 of 2017; Nassolo Irene vs. Star Pharmaceuticals Ltd (Industrial Court), High Court Civil Appeal No. 30 of 2016; Buhweju District Local Government vs. New 1 Expert Garage Ltd (Breach of contract/public procurement), John Mary Kaliisa vs. Sanlam General Insurance (U) Ltd (compensation for injuries), and Mengo Civil Suit No. 920 of 2012; Semyalo John vs. Attorney General (death as a cause of action) to mention but a few.
Criminal Procedure to both Diploma and Undergraduate degree students
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Negligence, Strict Liability & Procedure in Torts