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Loyola is an Advocate of the High Court. She specializes in various aspects of Natural Resources Law and Corporate Law where she acts for some of the leading companies in the mining, telecommuni­cations and energy sectors.

Loyola has acted as the lead associate on a major mining project in eastern Uganda, and power generation projects in western and northern Uganda. Her work has seen her develop a wide range of skills in handling compliance and regulatory matters that are critical to attaining closure of major projects.

In corporate law, Loyola advises companies on a range of transac­tional matters touching on legal and regulatory affairs, litigation, company law, commercial  contracts,  corporate  governance, and compliance.

Loyola holds a Bachelor of Laws degree from Makerere University Kampala (MUK) where she represented the University at the 3rd edition of the International Criminal Law Network (ICLN) Interna­tional Criminal Court Trial Court Competition in the Hague, Neth­erlands in 2010.

She also holds a Post-Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice of the Law Development Centre (LDC) where she represented the LDC at the prestigious Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition White & Case International Rounds in Wash­ington DC in 2013.

She holds a post-graduate diploma in Tax and Revenue Admin­istration from the East African School of Taxation, and is a member of the Uganda Law Society where she was nominated for the award of "Young Female Lawyer of the Year 2014" during the prestigious "Women in Law" awards of the Uganda Law Society. She is also a member of the East African Law Society.

Areas of Practice
Bachelor of Laws,
Makerere University
Post Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice,
Law Develop­ment Centre
Post Graduate Diploma in Tax & Revenue Planning and Administration,
East African School of Taxa­tion
Advocate of the High Court of Uganda
Uganda Law Society
East Africa Law Society
Uganda Women Lawyers’ Association