Courses are taught by experienced practitioners who have multijurisdictional experience in supporting national initiatives aimed at improving the rule of law.
Since its inception, PROLAW has welcomed the input of lawyers, professors, and policy makers in the field through its Advisory Board. The Advisory Board is composed of distinguished professionals, from a wide variety of backgrounds, who serve a critical role in guiding our efforts to advance and promote the rule of law both locally and abroad.
The Advisory Board represents a rich body of experience and add to the available resources of the program. PROLAW is grateful to be able to draw on their assistance.
The PROLAW program has received financial support from governments, foundations, organizations, large corporations and individuals. Among these donors are the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, AT&T, Microsoft, the United States Department of State, the governments of Indonesia, Germany and Uganda and Loyola Trustee Barry McCabe.
PROLAW Alumni Network
The PROLAW Alumni Network is an alumni-led initiative that aims to provide professional resources to fellow PROLAW students and alumni, and serves as a forum to foster a strong international rule of law community with close ties to the PROLAW program.
The PROLAW Alumni Network Board of Representatives consists of a group of five to ten alumni volunteers elected from the alumni who help organize and run the alumni network. Current activities include a one-on-one mentoring program and online career seminar for students, and management of social media groups for career, conference, and project collaboration opportunities.
Alisa Muzergues (LLM ’17), Ukraine (Chair)
Marco Soliman (LLM ’13), Egypt (Vice Chair)
Emily Patterson (LLM ’18), USA (Secretary)
Ramiz Husaini (LLM '22), Afghanistan
‘Manthatisi Machepha (LLM ’20), Lesotho
Ecaterina Nacu (LLM ’19), Moldova
Ronald Serwanga (LLM '22), Uganda