Ted E. Ssempebwa

Ted E. Ssempebwa

Associate Partner

Contacts

+256-414-233770 / 233908
+256-702-806175

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Education

  • University of Wolverhampton – Master of Laws (LL.M) with Distinction – 1999
  • University of Wolverhampton – Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) (Hons) – 1998

Admissions

  • Barrister at Law from Middle Temple in the United Kingdom
  • Notary Public
  • Commissioner for Oaths
  • Advocate in the Republic of Uganda

Countries In Which Practiced

  • United Kingdom
  • Uganda

Memberships

  • International Bar Association
  • Bar Council of United Kingdom
  • East Africa Law Society
  • Uganda Law Society

Languages

  • English
  • Luganda

Ted is an Associate Partner at KATS. Having done his formal legal training exclusively from the United Kingdom, Ted is qualified as a Barrister. He makes a unique contribution to the Firm with his unique and extensive knowledge of the modern developments in the law and its practice in the UK, upon which the legal system in Uganda is based, and towards which system Uganda aspires.

Ted has practised law for 20 years and is one of the leading authorities in Energy, Oil & Gas Law in Uganda. He is currently involved in multi-disciplinary and international financial transactions and has a lot to offer our international clients.

His practice also encompasses Civil Litigation work involving Debt Collection, Employment Law, Tax & Compliance, Land Transactions, Contractual breach among others.

Ted has secured many critical awards for clients particularly in class action suits including the largest class action award in Uganda’s history on behalf of war veterans from the World War II.  He also handles Criminal Litigation matters, most significantly handling some of the mitigation hearings on behalf of several death row inmates affected by the ruling in Susan Kigula & 416 Ors v Attorney General (Constitutional Petition No. 6 of 2003).

He is admitted to practice law as an Advocate of the Republic of Uganda and as a Barrister-at-Law from the Middle Temple in the United Kingdom.