PROLAW Accepting Applications
Loyola University Chicago School of Law offers two master’s degree programs in Rule of Law for Development at Loyola’s campus in Rome, Italy. The Master of Laws (LLM) in Rule of Law for Development is a program for lawyers which was launched in 2011. The Master of Jurisprudence (MJ) in Rule of Law for Development is a program to be offered beginning fall 2017 for professionals who do not have law degrees and currently work or aspire to work as advisors to promote the rule of law in economies in transition and developing countries.
PROLAW is a unique program that provides practical training to advance social justice through effective, sustainable governance and improved rule of law. Now in its sixth year, PROLAW has trained 104 legal professionals from 44 countries to be among the most qualified and well-prepared rule of law leaders in their countries and geographical regions.
Applications are now open, and further information on the program and how to take part in it can be found here via Loyola University Chicago's website.
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