Founded in 2007 as a student-driven initiative, the Afghanistan Legal Education Project at Stanford Law School (ALEP) develops innovative legal curricula to help Afghanistan’s universities train the next generation of lawyers and leaders. ALEP has developed an extensive law curriculum at the American University of Afghanistan with strong support from INL/State Department.
The Stanford Law School Bhutan Law & Policy Project (BLPP) provides an opportunity for SLS students to engage in the legal development process of Bhutan, a country that seeks to emerge from isolation and develop economically while maintaining its cultural values. This project is not currently recruiting.
Launched in March 2010, the Timor-Leste Legal Education Project (TLLEP) is a partnership between The Asia Foundation (TAF) and Stanford Law School, funded by USAID. TLLEP provides accessible, dynamic educational textbooks to help build knowledge in Timorese universities, government institutions, and non-governmental organizations.