Samuel Mukiibi


Samuel Mukiibi is an associate at Grant & Eisenhofer, where he focuses on civil rights litigation. Prior to joining G&E, Mr. Mukiibi worked as an associate attorney at the Philadelphia office of a regional law firm practicing various product, commercial, and premises liability litigation matters. 

Mr. Mukiibi’s current representations include, among others:

  • Soenen et al. v. Brown University (D. R.I.), a proposed class action on behalf of current and former Brown students, alleging Title IX and other violations resulting from the University’s systemic failure to adequately respond to and prevent incidents of sexual harassement and assault on campus.

  • Romero-Garcia v. CoreCivic, Inc. (M.D. Ga.), a wrongful death action also alleging Section 504 and other state law related claims against CoreCivic, Inc. for its role in the death of Efrain Romero de la Rosa, a 38-year-old man who lived with acute schizophrenia and died by suicide while detained in solitary confinement at Stewart Detention Center as a means to control his mental illness.  Efrain’s suicide was the second death by suicide of a mentally-ill detainee at this facility in just over one year.

In September 2022, Mr. Mukiibi co-authored “Failure on Campus—Litigating Title IX,” published in Trial magazine.

Mr. Mukiibi earned his J.D. from Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law, where was an Adjunct Professor of Law from 2019 to 2022, teaching a Justice Lawyering Seminar on issues of Cross-Cultural Competence, Trauma Informed Lawyering, Access to Justice, Implicit Bias, Client Interviewing, Right to Counsel, The Public Role of Lawyers, and Social Justice Lawyering. Mr. Mukiibi earned his B.A. from University of Maryland, College Park.


  • Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law, J.D.


  • University of Maryland, College Park, B.A.



  • New Jersey

  • Pennsylvania

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