New practice oriented LL.M. on Rule of Law for Development, Loyola University Chicago, School of Law
University Chicago’s School
of Law has a new and fully accredited,
practice oriented LL.M. on Rule of Law for Development. The program is organized in Loyola campus in Rome,
beginning in September 2011. Twenty-seven credits are required for degree completion,
including a thesis.
The students will
be provided with the specific knowledge and skills they need to become
qualified and effective rule of law advisors in national and internationally
sponsored initiatives to improve the rule of law in developing countries, countries
in economic transition and countries recovering from violent conflict. Although
the course will give students sound understanding of theory, it will be first
and foremost practice-oriented.
The School of Law has invited applications from legal
professionals around the world who already hold a first degree in law from an
accredited university. Lawyers and judges from developing countries and
law-trained staff of NGO's and development organizations working on rule of law
and legal and justice reform issues were all encouraged to apply for the fall semester of 2011.
For further information see www.luc.edu/prolaw or contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.