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Loyola University Chicago School of Law offers PROLAW - a unique, practical one academic year LLM degree program hosted at Loyola’s Rome Centre in Italy. PROLAW students are taught by experienced rule of law practitioners the critical process, strategy, and management skills that until now could only be "learned on the job". Whether you are seeking a new career path, looking for ways to broaden your horizons with international study, or are interested in legal reform and justice, PROLAW offers the unique opportunity to gain the specific knowledge and skills needed to become an effective rule of law advisor in developing countries and countries in transition.

PROLAW graduates are of great interest to the following potential employers:
- Governments undertaking legal and justice reforms;
- Multilateral development organizations:
- The United Nations and its specialized agencies and the United Nations entities dealing with peace keeping and peace building;
- National and internationally operating non-governmental organizations including national and international bar associations dealing with rule of law and justice issues;
- Multilateral and regional international financial institutions that provide development finance such as the World Bank, The African Development Bank, the Asian Development Bank and the Inter-American Development Bank; and
- Private consultancy firms, university and think tanks performing rule of law advisory work under contracts and grants.
PROLAW reinforces Loyola University Chicago’s commitment to peace and justice.

Turn your privilege into progress—apply now for fall 2014 enrolment.