Since 2010, the Department of Law has sent Cadets to the township of West Point, Monrovia, for several weeks during the summer to study the rule of law from an international standpoint. Cadets meet with local leaders and visit civic organizations while conducting individual research on the development of the Liberian justice system.
Read about Point-to-Point experiences and research here (note: the opinions expressed in these papers do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the United States Military Academy, Army or Department of Defense):
Access to Justice and the Interaction between the Formal and Tribal Legal Systems in Liberia (Narramore).docx
In Search of Justice - An Analysis and Recommendation regarding Access to the Formal Liberian Legal System (Heslop).docx
Injustice in the Balance - Corruption and the Rule of Law in Liberia (Tousley).docx
The Liberian Police Force (Benedict).pdf
Maintaining the Momentum of Reform (Compton).docx
Research Summary (Kulungowski).docx
Point to Point AIAD Reports.pdf
The Liberian Supreme Court.
Louis Arthur Grimes School of Law, Monrovia, Liberia.
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