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. Beyond academics, the faculty serves as a formidable resource in advancing a path unique only to each student's career path. In every classroom, I found a family.
This University has great professors who have a natural approach to teaching that inspires me to pursue new boundaries. The library is also extremely well equipped and provides a great space for learning.
I knew I wanted to specialize in international law—international arbitration to be precise—and AUWCL is ranked as a top university in this field. This, together with the location in Washington, D.C., which is a global hub for international practitioners, convinced me that this is the right place.Read more
Besides the quality of the classes and professors, who are incredibly helpful and supportive in and outside the classroom, it has been incredible to have the opportunity of studying with people from all over the world. Moot Court competitions, seminars and special events give us the opportunity to network with faculty and professionals who work in the field.
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.
I chose AUWCL because of its outstanding professors’ expertise, the dedication of the staff, and because tradition makes it among the most prestigious schools in human rights around the world.”