Loyola University Chicago

Meet Loyola's Rule of Law Fellows

Loyola University Chicago School of Law's Rule of Law for Development Program is dedicated to educating rule of law leaders and policymakers and advancing knowledge, innovation and practice in the field. Graduates from our degree programs are highly trained rule of law practitioners who are now back home or working internationally in the effort to make the rule of law a pillar in the promotion of development and international peace. Upon entering one of our programs, our students become Rule of Law Fellows, thereby joining a global community of nearly 200 professionals in 60 countries who have undertaken our programs since inception. The Rule of Law Fellows stay connected to Loyola and to each other throughout their careers. See how the Fellows have put their expertise to work and are impacting the rule of law field.

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Use the search function below to learn more about some of Loyola's Rule of Law Fellows. You can read an alumni report or contact them directly. You can search by name, country or region and class year.