Nimrod Muhumuza is a final year doctoral candidate with the Children Rights Project at the Dullah Omar Institute, University of the Western Cape. His doctoral research considers the adequacy of South Africa’s response to climate change through a children’s rights-based framework. He holds a Diploma in Legal Practice from the Law Development Centre, an upper second-class LL.B. degree from Makerere University, and an LL.M. (Human Rights and Democratization in Africa) from the University of Pretoria where he graduated with distinction at the top of his class in the 2018 academic year.
He is also enrolled as an advocate of the High Court of Uganda. Nimrod has previously held teaching positions at universities in Uganda where he has taught Jurisprudence, Business Law, Introducing Law, Constitutional Law, Health and the Law, and has also worked as a corporate legal practitioner for leading financial institutions. He joins Ahaki as the Institute’s first research fellow.