Our Value Statement

“We acknowledge that, by coming to ALP, our clients are entrusting us with their challenges and because of this trust we ensure maximum value creation through the deployment of innovative and modern solutions. Client satisfaction is a non-negotiable for our team and stakeholders.”

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“At a time when emerging developments are transforming African markets and new business models are taking shape, our innovative legal and consulting solutions will ensure that your business is ahead of the game.”

Our Values

Excellence

We promote a culture of excellence through total dedication to the task to ensure that we always deliver the best service in all circumstances. This value has been greatly cultivated through the promotion of passion and dedication amongst the team at ALP and emphasis on continuous improvement.

Agility

We as an organization are committed to progressive and coherent solutions. We foster agility by embracing creativity, innovation, disciplined collaboration, and intense learning. We believe these practices allow our team to serve the clients in the most efficient manner by adapting to the social-economic tides to accomplish tasks.

Integrity

Honesty and trust are at the very foundation of ALP.  At ALP, we promise principled and ethical solutions in interaction with our clients. We believe in virtuous practice driven by the need to adhere to the rule of law at all times without compromising any of our principles.

Latest News

Beneficial Owners

Requirement for all Companies and Partnerships to submit Beneficial Owners’ Information to Uganda Registration Services Bureau (URSB)

With effect from February 11, 2023, all companies and partnerships that have not filled their beneficial owners’ information…

Tanzania ratifies protocol to empower regional court to handle business and investment matters

Tanzania’s ratification of the protocol extending the Court’s jurisdiction is another step towards a functional and well-structured trade…

Regional court nullifies Kenya-US trade agreements

The East African Court of Justice finds that, in negotiating a trade agreement and entering into arrangements for…
South-Sudan

Countering the Constraints on Trademark Protection in South Sudan

Article No 2/2022 of the ALP Law Review Series is an analysis of the constraints on trademark protection in…
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