PROLAW in the Spotlight
PROLAW, Loyola’s unique LLM degree program in Rule of Law for Development, and members of the PROLAW faculty, have been featured in recent news articles and publications.
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- Professionalizing Rule of Law: Issues and Directions
Source: Folke Bernadotte Academy. The Folke Bernadotte Academy of Sweden has recently recognized PROLAW as among the most prominent university programs in the field of rule of law and international development that prepares candidates as rule of law practitioners (see page 39-40).
- Read about how PROLAW graduates put their expertise to work around the globe.
- Private civil actions: A tool for the citizen-led battle against corruption by William T. Loris
Source: World Bank Legal Review, Volume 5, Fostering Development through Opportunity, Inclusion, and Equity.
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- A career of giving back
Source: Chicago Lawyer Magazine
- William (Bill) Loris
Source: Innovating Justice Forum
- Bringing the Rule of Law to Lands Besieged by Chaos
Source: Los Angeles Times
- New practice oriented LL.M. on Rule of Law for Development, Loyola University Chicago, School of Law
Source: United Nations Rule of Law
- Preparing a new generation of rule of law professionals to lead
Source: World Justice Project
- PROLAW: A unique program grooms rule of law leaders
- A better plan for implementing regulations
Source: Jamaica Gleaner Online
- Enforcing the rule of Law
Source: Jamaica Observer
- Learning in a changing world (PDF)
Source: Loyola Law (Spring 2013)
PROLAW: LLM in Rule of Law for Development
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