Students from the well-regarded Taras Shevchenko Faculty of Law in Kyiv, Ukraine are participating in the class by live video conference.
This not only allows the Ukrainian students access to this important course, it provides Arkansas students with a chance to interact with students from another country - a country in the midst of a powerful reform movement and often on the world's center-stage.
We were delighted to see Professor Kelley, the Rule of Law course, and the opportunity for participating featured on the website of the American Common Law Center (ACLC) at Taras Shevchenko.
It was created within the framework of cooperation between Ukraine and the United States in order to promote cultural exchange, education, pursue research, put forward proposals for legal reforms in Ukraine, defend human rights in a law clinic and enhance professional development of а individuals.The ACLC provides students with "a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the world of native speakers without crossing any borders."
We are proud to assist in that process.