Former High Court Judge, Justice Gideon Tinyinondi is dead. He worked as Judge of the High Court of Uganda for over 16 years until 2008 when he retired after a distinguished service.
After retirement from the civil service in 2009, Justice Tinyinondi joined private legal practice with Kiwanuka and Karugire Advocates and Solicitors as a consultant and legal advisor and thereafter, in January 2016, he was appointed as a member of the Uganda Human Rights Commission (UHRC).
Earlier in his career, between 1969 and 1978, Justice Tinyinondi worked in the Ministry of Justice and Office of the Attorney General where he rose through the ranks to the position of Principal State Attorney.
Justice Tinyinondi later went into private practice for about 13 years after which he joined the High Court of Uganda in 1991, where he headed several divisions until he was promoted to the position of a Judge in 1992. He had an elaborate career as a judicial officer, advocate and arbitrator spanning over 46 years.