I got a solid eight hours of sleep – from 8:30 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. and then got up to catch up on what was happening in the world. During breakfast, the team (which has been joined by two recent female college graduates from San Diego who are working here in Uganda with Restore for […]
Jim Gash lives in Malibu, California and is a Professor of Law and Director of Pepperdine’s Global Justice Program. He serves as Specialist Advisor to the Ugandan High Court and assists the Ugandan government in a variety of capacities on projects relating to improving Uganda’s judicial process. In March of 2013, Professor Gash became the first American ever to argue a case in the Ugandan Court of Appeals. In recognition of his ongoing work in Uganda, he received the 2013 Warren Christopher Award, which is presented to California’s International Lawyer of the Year.
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I miscalculated . . . badly. On the flight from LAX to Amsterdam, I had gotten my four hours of pharmaceutical sleep at the time when Ugandans were sleeping. But on the flight from Amsterdam to Entebbe, Uganda, in a moment of weakness and stupidity, I took a nap for a couple hours. Unfortunately, this […]
Life has many pleasures that could have only come from a loving God: the sunset in Malibu, the spontaneous spark that starts the heartbeat in a mother’s womb; the joy of walking the same speed and same direction as the ones you love over a lifetime; that fleeting moment between when a dose of anesthesia […]
Anyone who is reading this without knowing who I am, who Henry is, or why I keep going to Uganda should probably first read the relatively brief “About Us” and “Background” entries on this website for context before proceeding on. Today I am flying out of LAX to Entebbe, Uganda via Amsterdam. I am heading […]