Alice Namuli Blazevic is a Partner at Katende, Ssempebwa & Company Advocates, specialising in Commercial transactions.
She has over 13 years’ experience in Commercial Transactions, specialising in Projects and Infrastructure Finance, PPP’s, and the Energy Sector.
She also specialises in Technology law with a keen interest in Blockchain Technology and the Cryptocurrency industry. She represents several Fintechs which are reshaping the mode of doing business in Uganda and Africa as a whole.
She has experience in cross boarder transactions where she has advised various large multinational ventures within Uganda, and across East, South, and West Africa.
She is an Archbishop Desmond Tutu Leadership Fellow.
She is a Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Program Fellow.
And she is the founder of Coffee With Alice, a mentorship program for aspiring lawyers, law students and young advocates aimed at bridging the gap between the theory learnt at law school and the challenges faced in legal practice. The program is also aimed at nurturing young leaders and teaching them how to give back.
Alice was the Vice president of the Uganda Law Society for two terms from 2016 – 2018.
Alice also served as the Chairperson of the Female Lawyers Chapter of the Uganda Law Society. She was also the representative of the Central Region (Uganda) on the Executive Council of the Uganda Law Society.
She also serves as the Uganda Country Leader for Legal Business Women For Africa (LABFA), a multi jurisdictional network of women transactional lawyers and corporate leaders in Africa and beyond. The network connects female corporate professionals, financial experts, lawyers, policy makers to mention but a few, to share knowledge, educate and mentor each other.
In January 2015, she was awarded a Commonwealth Fellowship to work at Hogan Lovells LLP in the United Kingdom.
In July 2015, she was appointed as the Deputy Treasurer of the Commonwealth Scholarships and Fellowship Alumni Association of Uganda.