is a partner at KAA and specialises in technology, media and telecommunications law. She worked as an in-house lawyer in the telecommunications sector for over seven years and has an in-depth understanding of the regulatory structures of the sector. Zulaika has advised on the renewal of various licences within the sector and advised the National Information Technology Authority under the Ministry of ICT on a gap analysis of the policy, legal and regulatory framework in Uganda’s information and communications technology sector in 2018. She was also involved in the interconnection studies carried out by the regulator to determine a cost-based interconnection price as well as numerous other studies relating to competition, tariffs, spectrum, licensing to mention but a few. Zulaika is a member of the Uganda Law Society and the East African Law Society.
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