GW Students To Provide Legal Counsel in Tanzanian Villages

March 08, 2011

WASHINGTON –– The George Washington University College of Professional Studies (CPS) is adding a true distance–learning component to its curriculum. As students in the school’s paralegal studies master’s degree program, Jamila Hussein Nandule–Cook, Yadi Sanchez and Audreona Duffin, will spend four weeks in Tanzanian villages providing paralegal assistance, studying Tanzanian law and legal processes, conducting research and sharing best practices with local paralegals and students.