Daniel Lubogo

Daniel Lubogo





Education/Bar Membership

• LLB (Hons), Makerere University
• Postgraduate Diploma in Legal Practice, Law Development Center
• Member of Uganda Law Society
• Member of East African Law Society
• Member of Scottish Association in Uganda
• Alumni of Africa Legal Support Facility Academy

Awards & Recognition

• Distinguished Service Award by Rotary Club of Kampala Wandegeya 2018.
• Paul Harris Fellowship 2018.
• Best Student Award 2004 Namirembe High Side High School.

Daniel has vast experience in legal practice in Uganda. He has advised public infrastructure companies, offered legal and transaction support to big corporate entities in Uganda and represented many corporate companies in courts of law including the government of Uganda.  Daniel is a pioneer Alumni of the Africa Legal Support Facility Academy and has obtained extensive training by the Africa Legal Support Facility to handle complex transactions in Oil & Gas, Mining, Infrastructure & PPP’s, Energy and Natural Resources as well as Sovereign Debt & Project Finance.
  • Acting as legal counsel to Ecopoly Uganda Limited in connection with the US$1.7 million facility to by DFCU Bank Uganda Limited for the establishment of a Polyetheneform plant in partnership with MECEN IPC KOREA LIMITED in February 2017.
  • Acting as legal counsel to Marma Technical Services Limited in connection to obtaining US Dollars 7.5m financing for Kisinga Hydro Power Limited from China Africa Investment and Development Company Limited in 2016
  • Acting as legal counsel for United Bank of Africa in debt recoveries as part of legal support functions between 2017 to 2018
  • Acting successfully for Madhvani Group and an individual client in acquisition of real estate (Former Rippon Falls Hotel before the High Court of Uganda, property worth 2,000,000 US Dollars.
  • Offering legal and transaction support to several project developers and investors setting up energy plants in Uganda.
  • Public Private Partnerships ‘The Chain Link to Developing East Africa.
  • Contemporary issues in corporate governance -Surviving the tide amidst the desire to expand markets. - A legal perspective.
  • Reforming Health Standards- A requirement for players in the Food and Beverage Sector
  • ‘‘The rise of Chinese Contractors and its impact on the Local industry’’.
  •  ‘‘The Africa Continental Free Trade Area and the Chinese 60 Billion Dollar Financing under the Forum for Africa & China Cooperation’’ Opportunities and Threats: 1st Annual Kampala Business Conclave Kampala Serena Hotel.
  • Governance and Corporate Partnerships- The case for Rotary Uganda Limited’’ – Rotary Club of Rubaga & Rotary Club of Bweyogere Namboole.

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