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KTA Advocates To Skill Lawyers On IT And Intellectual Property Rights

In a bid to narrow the knowledge in offering intellectuals an information and technology legal services, KTA Advocates Uganda’s  leading best law firm specializing in intellectual property has offered to skill lawyers and other people in the legal fraternity on usage of digital skills.

The move according to KTA Managing Partner Kenneth Muhangi aims to impart technology skills for the professionals to handle related cyber crimes and intellectual  property rights amidst digital disruptions.

Muhangi an expert intellectual property says its new era where vast majority of lawyers have not embraced to advance cutting edge legal services.

He says the training will tackle Intellectual property rights within the Internet of things covering innovations and others digital developments.

KTA Advocates recently won African intellectual property legal award as the the best legal firm on the continent.

Muhangi says legal profession needs to embrace information technology skills because the world has become global Village amidst cyber crimes requiring lawyers to up their game to address It related legal cases.

He called for legal schools to incorporate cyber law and intellectual property in the training syllabus so as professionals can tackle artificial intelligence and fix robotics in education system.

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