Jacqueline Lule

Jacqueline is a Barrister, (Middle Temple), a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, (FCIArb) and a C.E.D.R Accredited Mediator.

She practiced at the independent Bar in the UK for 17 years, whilst teaching at BPP Law School for over 10 years. In 2015, she took up partnership at the Kampala office of Bowmans, a pan-African commercial law firm, where she advised large corporates, foreign governments, Aid Agencies, and INGO’s, on their legal and regulatory responsibilities in Uganda.

Jacqueline has arbitrated and mediated numerous commercial disputes. She has also provided training, and spoken at a number of arbitration events held by the IBA, LCIA, NCIA, KIAC, EALS, ULS, ICAMEK, Young ICCA, ICC YAF, and the ILI-ACLE. She also serves on arbitration committees at MIAC, LCA, LCIAC, and LACIAC.

Jacqueline holds LL.M’s in Human Rights Law, and Commercial and Corporate Law, from S.O.A.S, and QMUL, University of London respectively.