Paul Wasswa

Programme Officer, Strategic Litigation

Paul Wasswa is a lawyer working with the Strategic Litigation department at the Center for Health, Human Rights and Development. He is involved in legal research and litigation, access to medicines, clinical trials, maternal health, sexual and reproductive health and rights, community sensitizations and provision of pro-bono legal aid services.

Paul possesses an interest in constitutional litigation, socio-economic rights, intellectual property and social justice activism. He holds a Bachelor’s of Laws Degree (LLB) from Makerere University and a Post Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from the Law Development Centre (LDC) and is currently undertaking an online course on intellectual property and access to medicines with the AIDS and Rights Alliance in Southern Africa (ARASA).

Paul has worked with SECTION27 and the Aids Foundation of South Africa (AFSA) on sexual and reproductive health and rights advocacy, he is a member of the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC), South Africa and an occasional writer with the Daily Maverick-SA.

Paul Wasswa is a lawyer working with the Strategic Litigation department at the Center for Health, Human Rights and Development. He is involved legal research and litigations, access to medicines, clinical trials, maternal health, sexual and reproductive health and rights, community sensitizations and provision of pro-bono legal aid services.

Paul possesses an interest in constitutional litigation, socio-economic rights, intellectual property and social justice activism. He holds a Bachelor’s of Laws Degree (LLB) from Makerere University and a Post Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from the Law Development Centre (LDC) and is currently undertaking an online course on intellectual property and access to medicines with the AIDS and Rights Alliance in Southern Africa (ARASA).

Paul has worked with SECTION27 and the Aids Foundation of South Africa (AFSA) on sexual and reproductive health and rights advocacy, is a member of the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC), South Africa and an occasional writer with the Daily Maverick-SA.