African Union/PROLAW scholars traveled to Chicago in May for Loyola’s law commencement and on to Washington, DC, to attend meetings at the State Department, Capitol Hill, and other key Washington-based rule of law and development organizations, including the World Bank. LEARN MORE
Multi-Year Agreement Signed in Washington, DC will Strengthen African Union Governance and Rule of Law - $1.3 million grant received from the US Department of State’s Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs in support.
Do you want to become a rule of law leader in your country? Or are you interested in a career helping others build their own rule of law? Then Loyola's PROLAW program (otherwise known as the LLM in Rule of Law for Development) is worth considering. LEARN MORE
It's about meaning. Countries living without the rule of law are prone to poverty, injustice, and insecurity. Why not do something about it? Join a growing number of lawyers, judges, and other law graduates who are turning their privilege into progress through Loyola's PROLAW program. LEARN MORE
Loyola Law prepares practically minded leaders for careers linked to social issues, including health care and children's rights. PROLAW takes this paradigm international, reinforcing Loyola’s commitment to peace and justice. LEARN MORE