Partially-Funded Masters’ Fellowship at Loyola University in USA

Partially-Funded Masters’ Fellowship at Loyola University in USA

Loyola University

Loyola University

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02 Aug 2022
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Loyola University is offering Paul D. Coverdell Fellowship. Degrees awarded: Master of Laws (LLM) in Rule of Law For Development, Master of Jurisprudence (MJ) in Rule of Law for Development. The Fellows will complete a rule of law capstone project as part of their degree requirement, which enables students to gain “real world” experience in rule of law advising. It is the culmination of Loyola University Chicago's PROLAW LLM and MJ programs, allowing students to apply all of the learning obtained through their coursework to address practical rule of law and development issues. Students develop and carry out their capstone projects in partnership with different organizations. The Coverdell Fellows coordinator will work with the Coverdell Fellows in identifying a capstone project topic and an organization to partner with, that aligns and supports the Fellow’s career interests and is related to rule of law and social policy issues in an impoverished and/or socially disadvantaged community within the United States. Students may select from a variety of organizations that Loyola collaborates with, as well as various centers and institutes within Loyola’s Law School. After having completed the project, the Fellows will carry out an internship at the partner organization to implement the project.

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