helps build the legal capacity of governments, non-governmental organizations, and other institutions to advance the rights and well-being of their citizens.
Finally, the ISLP Web page also offers links into other pertinent databases and support sites found on the World Wide Web.
ASU West's Concentration in Infants and Young Children addresses the needs of these non-traditional students in three ways: through the ISLP, which tailors the student's learning experiences to their professional and learning goals; by designing goal-oriented, relevant, practical, and experiential course work that integrates class information with workplace reality (Knowles, 1984; Rogers & Freiberg, 1994; Taylor & Marienau, 1995); and through accessible scheduling of courses.
Use of a standards-based ISLP ensures appropriately rigorous experiences, while meeting the individual needs of non-traditional, working students.
Since it was founded in 2000, ISLP
has provided nearly $84 million in pro bono services to organizations in 72 countries.
assists governments, non-governmental organizations and other institutions working to build legal capacity and to advance the rights and well-being of their citizens.
We have been proud to undertake complex and important pro bono projects with ISLP all over the world.
Echoing these sentiments, Madeleine Schachter, Global Director of Corporate Social Responsibility at Baker & McKenzie says, "We highly value the truly impactful work that ISLP has spearheaded, and we sincerely appreciate the opportunities that ISLP has provided to us to engage in this service.
ISLP will additionally recognize five Global Volunteers of the Decade— William Gardner, retired partner of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP; Linda McGill, Shareholder at Bernstein, Shur, Sawyer & Nelson, P.