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Your Campus in Rome

Rome is Home to International Organizations

Your opportunities to interact with development professionals will be enhanced by the location of the campus in the Eternal City. Rome is home to several intergovernmental development organizations, all with their own set of rule of law priorities. International Development Law Organization (IDLO) is headquartered in Rome, as is the UN's Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO), International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) and International Institution for the Unification of Private Law (Unidroit).

John Felice Rome Center Campus

The campus sits atop of the Monte Mario hill in the upper Balduina district. The campus spans five acres and is located near the site of a former Olympic village. The nearest bus stop is only two blocks away, providing a short, 15-minute ride to Vatican City or an easy, 30-minute trip to downtown. The Center houses a state-of-the-art Information Commons as well as fully equipped learning centers. View neighbourhood map.

Living in Rome

Your international experience will start from the day of your arrival. Enjoy the boundless treasures of ancient Rome. As an adjunct to your legal studies, you may wish to study Italian on your free time and get to know the many wonders of Italy. You may want to join one of the many undergraduate classes for a day visit to historic sites. You can do all of this while pursuing an accredited LL.M. degree from a U.S. university. The program staff and student services will be available to help you in settling in and finding accommodation and will do their best to make your stay a memorable one.


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