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Loyola Chicago’s one-year Rule of Law for Development program will prepare you for jobs in the U.S. and abroad in the growing rule of law and development field, connecting you to an engaged network of rule of law practitioner faculty and graduates from 60+ countries.

Our online program offers two master’s degree options— for both attorneys and professionals with other first degrees —and uses state-of-the-art technology and online learning best practices.  An optional immersion period at Loyola's campus in Rome, Italy, will be offered during the spring term.

A number of scholarship opportunities exist for students from all countries, including generous Rule of Law tuition scholarships based on merit and financial need, and the Paul D. Coverdell Fellowship offered to returned Peace Corps Volunteers. U.S. citizen and permanent residents may also qualify for one of the various financial aid programs offered by Loyola.

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