For Afghanistan to stabilize, it doesn’t just need new buildings and better police forces. It must have educated citizens who can fairly run government, implement laws, and work in the courts. Based on our work with Afghan law students, we have hope for the future.
See the full ALEP opinion piece published in the Christian Science Monitor here. (http://www.csmonitor.com/Commentary/Opinion/2011/0930/Hope-for-Afghanistan-with-its-new-generation-of-law-students)