NANVUMA JANE FRANCIS is currently a Part-Time Lecturer under the Faculty of Law at Kampala International University (KIU). She is an Advocate of the High Court with a total of 11 years’ work experience in a legal professional largely in a public sector, holds the portfolio of a Senior Legal Officer under the Directorate Planning Research and Inspectorate in Judicial Service Commission, and is part of a team of (20) lawyers responsible for prosecution of Judicial Officers before the disciplinary committee, investigating, and advising on the terms and services of the judicial officers and carrying out Court Inspections.
She holds a Master of Law Degree in Intellectual Property (MIP) from Africa University Mutare, Zimbabwe, a Bachelor of Laws from Makerere University, and a Post Graduate Diploma in Public Administration and Management (DPAM) with an emphasis in Fundamentals of Public Administration, Research Methods, Quantitative Methods, and Public Policy Analysis skills. Jane also has a Diploma in Legal Practice from the Law Development Centre, Kampala Uganda.
She currently serves under the Judicial Service Commission as a Senior Legal Officer, but has also served under the Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs as State Attorney (2008-2017) and also as a Legal Officer with Nandaah Wamukoota & Co. Advocates (Jan 2007-July 2008). She has professional training with an advanced human rights course on Judicial Enforcement of Socio-Economic Rights in Africa by the Centre for Human Rights in the University of Pretoria, South Africa.
She has carried out research on the impact of counterfeit bill of laws and Human Rights issues relating to HIV/AIDS at the work place among others.
She loves reading newspapers, making new friends, doing research and listening to gospel music.