Loyola University Chicago’s Rule of Law for Development Program prepares you to tackle critical development challenges and become a leader in the growing rule of law and development field while connecting you to an engaged network of professionals from 60+ countries. Our blended virtual and in-person program offers two master’s degrees, composed of dynamic online study with one term at Loyola’s Rome Center campus in Italy. Choose to complete your degree over one or two years, providing additional flexibility for busy professionals. PROLAW offers several generous tuition awards for exceptionally qualified students of any nationality, who demonstrate outstanding academic or professional merit, and financial need. Loyola’s Rule of Law Scholarships are available to admitted students of Loyola University Chicago’s Master of Laws (LLM) or Master of Jurisprudence (MJ) in Rule of Law for Development. Learn more about the program at LUC.edu/prolaw. The scholarship will allow for a 50% tuition award, and the Fellows will undertake an internship at a Loyola partner organization at the end of the program. Learn more about the program at the link below.
In order to be considered for the Coverdell Fellowship, applicants will need to submit their official Peace Corps Description of Service along with their application for admission. The Coverdell Fellows will be selected based on the relevance of their professional experience as Peace Corps Volunteers; their documented interest in pursuing a career in rule of law and development; and their academic records.