Contracts Management, Intellectual Property Law,  Mediation & ADR, Public-Private Partnerships, East African Integration, Public Procurement, Business Law & Paralegal Training.


Our faculty are blended with both educational and international practical experience to deliver cut-edging topics.

- Indrani Govender, Certified Mediator from South Africa - read biography

- Philo Nyadoi, Senior Legal Officer, Uganda National Roads Authority - read biography

- Professor Isaac Rutenberg, Kenya - read biography

- Dr. Aman Gebru, USA - read biography

- Lina Zedriga, Director Women & Peace, RACI - read biography

- Julius Ojok, Attorney, Uganda; and many more.....



We have trained over 500 professionals in Asia, Africa, Europe and South America.

Our clientele - Post Bank Uganda, UNCTR, Ministry of Works & Transport Lesotho, Mandela Institute for Science & Technology, Law Firms, Uganda Wildlife Authority, Open University Consultancy Bureau, Tanzania, Judiciary of the Republic of Mexico, African Rural University, Malawi Telecommunications Ltd, EAC and law firms and many more........

PARTNERS: Uganda National Council for Science & Technology; National Committee Meeting on Preventing Genocide, Atrocities in East Africa hosted by The Office of the Special Advisor on the Prevention of Genocide (OSAPG) in 2012, in collaboration with IGGLR's Secretariat and George Mason University's Genocide Prevention Program (GPP); Uganda Registrations Services Bureau (URSB); Centre for Alternative Dispute Resolution (CADER); Commercial Court of Uganda; Justice Law & Order (JLOS); Public Procurement & Disposal of Assets (PPDA).

INTERNATIONAL RECOGNITION: IPRI-Africa has been selected to receive the World Quality Commitment in the Gold Category at the International BID Quality Convention that will take place in Paris, France in 2017. BID’s​ ​World Quality Commitment​ Convention ​is​ ​part​ ​of​ ​BID’s​ ​Quality and​ ​Leadership​ ​Recognition​ ​Programs, ​ ​created​ ​to​ ​promote​ ​the​ ​core principles​ ​of​ ​Quality​ ​Culture. This​ ​program​ ​is​ ​aimed​ ​at​ ​providing​ ​companies with​ ​the​ ​marketing​ ​and​ ​technical​ ​tools​ ​to​ ​increase​ ​productivity, ​ ​reduce waste​ ​and​ ​boost​ ​profitability.​

“After the seminar and upon arrival in Malawi we just got involved in a major deal and we indeed had a very good negotiations meeting. Malawi Telecommunications managed to get what it wanted – it is indeed working better than good”  Louis Uko, Procurement Manager, Malawi Telecommunications Limited, Malawi.

"I have trust that the team will continue to share best practices and experiences"  Dr. Willliam Pallangyo,Lecturer in Public Administration, The Open University Consultancy Bureau, Tanzania.

OUR UNIQUE EXISTENCE: We are CLE providers and trainers. We train you to become a specialist in your area of interest. People who have trained with us become consultants because of the practical knowledge they have acquired. We have existed since 2010 and are equipped with the experience to design courses according to participant changing needs.


Our certificates are recognized around the world by employers and academic institutions. Our courses are affordable compared to our competition. Our classes are small individualized courses with a faculty-student ratio of 1:5 to ensure individualized impact of knowledge.


On top of CLE credits received, mediation participants are awarded 5 credits for the MCLE mediation concepts undertaken. We are proud to partner with TWZ Enterprises to offer mediation concepts, exercises, quizzes and exams that are recognized in the state bar of California.

As law programs in Africa are generalized, our goal is to breed a pool of lawyers that are specialists in specific fields of law. Young lawyers of today require specialized knowledge. Read More...



"I would recommend Rwandan lawyers to participate in the IPRI-AFRICA training" Kato Silvan Munyaneza, Lawyer - Drafting of Contracts 2017

“The training was so professional, being a student, I really appreciated the teaching methods, approach and the out of the blue practical experiences. Am looking forward for the next training. The reason our country is behind is because the teaching method is poor. I wish they could employ the expatriates you used. Thanks a lot”. Moses Osiya Kayz, Student Kampala International University Student 2017.

"Thanks IPRI-Africa for the opportunity to attend the Negotiations seminar. The seminar was an eye opener & relevant to my careerRehema Kerefu, Lawyer, East African Community, Tanzania.

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