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Kampala

Kampala

Sebalu & Lule Advocates
Plot 14, Mackinnon Road
S&L Chambers
Plot 14, Mackinnon Road, Nakasero
Kampala
Uganda
T: +256 392 250 013
F: +256 414 230521
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Firm overview

Sebalu & Lule, DLA Piper Africa in Uganda, is a leading business law firm. Founded in 1980, it is one of the oldest and largest law firms in the country.  

Sebalu & Lule offers the services of a multidisciplinary team with in-depth knowledge of the Ugandan market and its legal, economic, cultural and social specificities. Uganda is a founding member of the East African Community and has significant trading links with neighbors Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi, South Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo, as well as South Africa, the United Kingdom, the European Union, the Middle East and South Africa. With a fully-liberalized economy, Uganda’s economic development blueprint, Vision 2040, sets out to transform Ugandan society into a modern and prosperous middle-income status country by 2040. 

With considerable opportunities for both new and existing businesses, Sebalu & Lule provides full-service business law expertise in corporate and commercial law, banking and finance, employment, capital markets, commercial dispute resolution (including litigation and arbitration), projects and infrastructure, oil and gas, real estate, insolvency and restructuring and tax. 

Recognized as a pioneering commercial legal practice, Sebalu & Lule has a varied and prestigious client base and maintains its position as one of the leading firms in Uganda. Our clients include local and multinational organisations across the financial services, energy, insurance, telecommunications, construction, private equity and manufacturing sectors. The firm also acts for industry regulators, international financiers, the Ugandan Government and governmental agencies.

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