Moses J Adriko is co- Managing Partner of the Firm and works with the Firm’s litigation department. He holds a Bachelor of Laws degree of the University of East Anglia Norwich and is qualified as a solicitor of England and Wales. He is a leader in the fields of civil litigation, arbitration, immigration and intellectual property.
He has represented international and local banks, multinationals & local corporations in all areas related to litigation, corporate & commercial advisory and intellectual property. He is also handles the bulk of immigration work in the Firm.
Moses is a past president of the Uganda Law Society and current chair of the African Forum of the IBA.
MMAKS Advocates is a highly specialized commercial law firm, dealing in matters relating to banking, corporate and commercial law, acquisitions and intellectual property, among others. Our performance has been recognized by independent commentators covering the law and business sectors across the world. MMAKS Advocates has been consistently ranked as a leading commercial law practice by Chambers Global Guide. We also ranked as a Tier One law firm by IFLR 1000, The Guide to the World's Leading Financial Law firms. The Firm has 8 Partners supported by 10 Associates. With a total staff compliment of 54, MMAKS Advocates is one of the largest firms in Uganda. MMAKS is a member of the African Legal Network www.africalegalnetwork.com
Our law firm's vision is to be the leading law firm in Uganda providing practical legal solutions excellently, professionally and with integrity. Our core values dictate that the members of our firm understand and use the CHOPSTIC in their work:
Continuous improvement of ourselves, services & systems
Team work - Timely, responsive and qualitative service
Firm Practice Areas
The firm specializes in the field of corporate and commercial law and litigation; intellectual property; and mining, oil, and energy. Its attorneys can handle all aspects of employment and labor law. Among the many local and international entitles that it represents are: Barclays Bank, Stanbic Bank, MTN, and the Bank of Uganda.