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Loyola University Chicago School of Law will deliver the Rule of Law for Development (PROLAW) Program entirely online in 2020-21. With this decision, we are ensuring that the program will proceed without interruption while minimizing health risks posed by the COVID-19 health crisis.

By moving the program online, we will take advantage of Loyola's leading expertise in online learning. During your 10 months of study, you will be part of a highly interactive virtual community. You will not be required to travel to Rome or Chicago at any time. Instead, you are part of an online global PROLAW community of students coming together across countries and time zones to learn the theory and practice of rule of law.

As the premier international program that prepares professionals to advance the rule of law throughout society, the Rule of Law degree program—and your dedication to it—is more relevant than ever.