UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM
UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM SCHOOL OF LAW (SOL)

Ms Lucy Eusebio

Lucy Eusebio is an Assistant Lecturer at the Department of Public Law. She holds a Bachelor of Laws degree (2005) and a Master of Laws degree (2007) from University of Dar es Salaam. Currently, Ms Eusebio is pursuing her PhD Studies focusing on Domestic Violence in the context of Women’s Rights in Tanzania. Ms Lucy has had academic engagements with other educational institutions in Tanzania. For instance, she has taught Tumaini University (Iringa College), Tumaini University (Dar es Salaam College), St. Augustine University of Tanzania (SAUT) and Ruaha University College (RUCO).

Ms Eusebio is an advocate of the High Court of Tanzania. She is a member of Tanganyika Law Society and East Africa Law Society; Bar Associations for Tanzania mainland and East African countries respectively. Ms Eusebio may be contacted at leusebio2000@yahoo.com

Consultancy and Research Works

Ms Eusebio has been engaged in the following works;

  • Resource Person: Training course on Basic Constitutional Principles of the Constitution of the United Republic of Tanzania and the Constitution of Zanzibar: ‘Chuo Cha Demokrasia Cha Zanzibar’ under REDET, 2008-2011.
  • Assistant Researcher: “The Roadmap Towards Action Plan for Legal Aid Provision in Tanzania”, (a consultancy service provided to UNDP, Tanzania), 2009.
  • Assistant Researcher: “Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Women in Tanzania”, under African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM), (Objective 7) 2008.
  • Assistant Researcher: “Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Vulnerable Groups including Internally Displaced Persons and Refugees”, under African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM), (Objective 9) 2008.
  • Assistant Researcher: “Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Children and Young Persons in Tanzania”, under African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM), (Objective 8) 2008.

Academic Research Works

  • Financial Control of Local Governments by the Central Government: Law and Practice”; LL.B Dissertation; University of Dar es Salaam; 2005.
  • “Protection of the Paying Banker when its Customer’s Signature on a Cheque has been forged”; LL.M Coursework Paper; University of Dar es Salaam; 2006.
  • “The Impact of Capital Markets and Securities Authority on    Development of Companies in Tanzania”; LL.M Coursework Paper; University of Dar es Salaam; 2006
  • “The Ultra vires Doctrine. Critical analysis of the New Companies Act”; LL.M Coursework Paper; University of Dar es Salaam; 2006.
  • Legal and Practical Problems in Loan Recovery over Mortgages in Tanzania” LL.M Dissertation; University of Dar es Salaam; 2007.