School of Law

School of Law

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Welcome to the School of Law and to its website. Let me tell you a little about the values that my colleagues and I share. We strive to train excellent legal professionals, with remarkable ethical and legal values of justice and human dignity. The challenges posed by the aftermath of the Genocide against the Tutsi need national and international responses; national trade measures must comply with the rules of the EAC and the WTO and other international agreements; our people need our legal advice to handle their problems. Our country needs lawyers who can address these issues. Our task is to provide our students with the best possible legal skills to respond to these issues. The School of Law attracts excellent students, both from Rwanda and abroad, to its programmes. Studying at the School of Law makes students acquire the ability to think originally, critically and creatively so as to advise a client to resolve legal issues in ways that are both ethical and principled. Legal studies open up many opportunities and I invite you to seize these opportunities by deciding upon your education at the School of Law of the University of Rwanda Air Zoom Pegasus 35

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The University of Rwanda – College of Arts and Social Sciences (UR-CASS) has been annually organizing a Transitional Justice Study Trip to Rwanda but since last year 2018, the School of Law assumed the responsibility of organizing this trip.

In this regard, the forthcoming the 9th Transitional Justice study tour is scheduled from Sunday 31st March to April 5th, 2019.

This study trip aims at educating participants about Transitional Justice mechanisms adopted by Rwanda in the aftermath of the Genocide against the Tutsi that took place in 1994. It is designed to clarify the complexities involved in re-building a society after genocide, and will be comprised of two components: a literature study and a study tour. It will involve all stakeholders in Rwanda, visiting genocide memorial sites, solidarity camps, social- economic development initiatives and different crucial institutions involved in reconciliation efforts.