Our students come from many different countries, legal backgrounds, cultures, and languages. Our students come from more than 50 different countries and we have a 4,000+ alumni community all over the world.
Christiana Essie Sagay, ILSP LL.M. (Gender and International Law) '2019
WCL was a profound experience for me in many ways. For one, the gender program honed my expertise in international law and gender. Its curriculum allows for, and developed my ability to present multifaceted and thorough gender analysis in all facets of life; MARKET, FAMILY, STATE AND RELIGION. Beyond academics, the faculty serves as a formidable resource in advancing a path unique only to each and every student's peculiar career path. In every classroom, I found a family.
Achalie M. Kumarage, ILSP LL.M. (Gender and International Law) '2019, and 2019 Colin B. Picker Prize by the Younger Comparativists Committee of the American Society of Comparative Law.
"Most of the courses that I took for my LL.M. at WCL had a gender focus. What was unique about all these courses is the guidance, attention and feedback received from the expert professors who taught them. The guidance was not merely in terms of learning the subject matter, but in critical analysis, academic writing, and research methodology. It certainly enriched my overall learning experience at WCL."