CUU Student Appointed Justice of the High Court of Uganda

Jacqueline Mwondha, an MBA student at Cavendish University Uganda, specializing in Accounting & Finance, has been appointed as one of the Justices of the High Court of Uganda. This prestigious appointment, alongside 10 other distinguished individuals, marks a significant milestone in her career and for our university.

Hon. Lady Justice Mwondha was officially sworn in by the President of Uganda at State House Entebbe on August 17, 2023. Her appointment showcases her exceptional legal expertise and dedication to justice

Prior to this role, Hon. Justice Mwondha served as the supervisor of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) at Uganda’s Tax Body, the Uganda Revenue Authority. In this position, she played a crucial role in enhancing customer satisfaction scores through the application of superior conflict resolution and problem-solving skills. Additionally, she mentored newly hired employees on conducting tax assessments and provided guidance and service on various tax issues, assisting taxpayers in resolving disputes where objections were raised.

Before her tenure at the Uganda Revenue Authority, Justice Mwondha worked at the Uganda Human Rights Commission, where she was responsible for reviewing complaints and claims related to civil rights. She diligently determined the validity of these complaints, sought satisfactory resolutions, and documented instances of human rights abuses.

Currently, Justice Mwondha is pursuing a Master’s degree in Business Administration, specializing in Finance and Accounting, at Cavendish University Uganda. Her commitment to both her legal career and academic pursuits exemplifies her dedication to personal and professional growth.

We congratulate Hon. Lady Justice Mwondha on her remarkable achievement and wish her continued success in her judicial career. Her appointment serves as an inspiration to all CUU students, showcasing the limitless possibilities that await those who strive for excellence.

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