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Professor Karen Hall, Instructor

Weekend Course

February 17-18; March 17-18
Fridays: 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Saturdays: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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Course Instructions

Welcome to Rule of Law Program Design and Management
 
In this class, 30% of your grade will be based on class participation, 35% on your grant outline, and 35% on your monitoring and evaluation plan.
 
To succeed in this class, you need to become an “expert” on the legal system of a developing country.
 
If you are a foreign LLM students, you may choose your own country, but I encourage you to consider picking a different country for this class. This is a good opportunity for comparative learning, and to discover how other countries are dealing with problems that you may be familiar with. 
 
Our class discussion will revolve around themes in rule of law reform, and you need to supplement this discussion with examples from your country. While you will have time to look up some information during class, it will be much better for you to come to class with a fair amount of familiarity. 
 
Do some preliminary research on your country. Start with overall information about politics, economy, demographics, etc., but focus on the guiding research questions on the "Questions to Research" page.  
 
It’s okay if you don’t find answers to all of these questions, but they will help you gain familiarity with the system you are studying.
 
Use the websites listed in this libguide to help you with your research. For those of you in the seminar class, your textbooks and coursepack may be helpful.
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