Over the past years, the quality of legal education in Afghanistan’s state universities has improved. However, most of the law faculties are still not able to produce graduates that are able to act as state officials, judges, attorneys-at-law and in other functions in compliance with domestic and international law. Progress is slowly emerging with a new generation of university lecturers that are serious about improving their teaching and legal research skills. The Hamida Barmaki Organization supports these lecturers and their faculties in various ways, including granting access to the Organization’s growing semi-public library located in its Kabul office.
The following projects are particularly related to this topic:
– Ph.D. Program for Law Lecturers (on-going)
– Foundations for LL.M. Programs at Afghan Universities (past)