Welcome to FPJRA

For over 10 years, the Friends of the Public-Private Partnership for Justice Reform in Afghanistan (FPJRA) has provided legal training programs, scholarships, and other support to improve the legal profession and the rule of law in Afghanistan.

FPJRA
FPJRA

What We Do

FPJRA provides financial support to a small number of Afghan lawyers each year to pursue a master’s degree in law (LLM) at a top U.S. law school. The FPJRA also supports a growing network of alumni of US LLM programs who have returned to Afghanistan and are working to improve rule of law in the country.

Objective

FPJRA seeks to support the development of the legal profession in Afghanistan by identifying potential thought leaders in the field and enhancing their impact on the Afghan justice sector, both as individuals and as a strategic community.

FPJRA
FPJRA

Objective

FPJRA seeks to support the development of the legal profession in Afghanistan by identifying potential thought leaders in the field and enhancing their impact on the Afghan justice sector, both as individuals and as a strategic community.

FPJRA

What We Do

FPJRA provides financial support to a small number of Afghan lawyers each year to pursue a master’s degree in law (LLM) at a top U.S. law school. The FPJRA also supports a growing network of alumni of US LLM programs who have returned to Afghanistan and are working to improve rule of law in the country.

This is a joint program of the US State Department and leading private attorneys in the US. It was initiated to provide scholarships, training, and educational resources to lawyers, judges and educators from Afghanistan, to improve their knowledge and skills in the field of law.

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