Loyola Law School to launch a Rule of Law Development LLM programme in Rome, Italy

February 5, 2011 at 8:16 pm Leave a comment

Here is part of the announcement from Loyola Law School:

“PROLAW is a one academic year LLM program offered by the School of Law at Loyola’s campus in Rome, Italy. PROLAW will provide its students 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 degree consists of 27 academic credits. At present, except for Rome residents, only a full time option is available. Our inaugural class will start in September 2011 with taught classes finishing in April 2012. Students are expected to complete a thesis by the following October.”

Read more here

Dr. Martin Gramatikov


Entry filed under: Italy, Rule of Law, USA.

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