IUIU Law Student, Kivumbi Abed Publishes Book
- 19th May, 2022 12:00am
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Mr. Kivumbi Abed, a fourth-year student pursuing a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) at the Islamic University in Uganda (IUIU) Kampala Campus has published a book titled 'Chronicles of Law School'.
Abed says the book is a simplified guide on what happens at the school of law and gives a general introduction to Bachelor of Laws.
"The book communicates everything that is not taught at schools of law. The author gives a general perspective on how students of Law and the public perceive Bachelor of Laws", he says.
Mr. Kivumbi says for a long time Bachelor of Laws has been perceived as a hard course and this made society have different perceptions about this course, so he wrote the book to state clearly what a Bachelor of Laws is all about.
He adds, "I also wrote this book to serve as a guide to students of Law, truth is, many students drop this course because of lack of guidance, therefore, Chronicles of Law School served as a guide to students of Law on how to smoothly run their studies at Law Schools".
The book was launched on Wednesday, 18th May 2022 during an auspicious occasion that was graced by IUIU Rector Professor Ismail Simbwa Gyagenda. He commended Abed for coming up with the idea of compiling a book. Professor Gyagenda advised students to actively engage in intellectual concepts like writing, mooting, and debate.
The Rector promised his support to any student who engages in a developmental aspect. The Rector was impressed by Mr. Daniel Tusiimukye Kabaasa, a young man of 21 years from Makerere University with the ability to compose a beautiful poem that was recited during the book launch.
Professor Gyagenda concluded his speech by advising the congregation to appreciate another student's efforts rather than creating enmity toward a student who succeeds in something.
The book is available at the Aristoc Book shop in Kampala and also people can order the book online by visiting an online book store called Bitabo book shop.