Welcome to the African Legal Library Project.  We're glad you're here.

We are a student group at Northwestern University School of Law that supports legal education in Africa.  We delivered 1500 legal textbooks to Bahir Dar University in July 2011, and another 2000 to Dire Dawa in September 2012.  We count on the support of people like you to keep the ball rolling.  By the end of 2013, we plan to deliver another shipment to another Ethiopian university.  

We hope you will support us in whatever way you can. 




Hot News

  • ALLP Profiled in Northwestern Law Clinic Newsletter
    Posted Sep 24, 2014, 11:25 AM by Van Whiting
  • Join us for the ALLP Fundraising Dinner on March 7, 2013! Save the Date!Northwestern's own African Legal Library Project is holding its Spring 2013 Fundraising Dinner at Lalibela Ethiopian RestaurantThursday, March 77:00 - 9:00 PM$25 ...
    Posted Mar 1, 2013, 6:51 PM by Phil Sandick
  • Books arrived at Dire Dawa! In mid-February of this year, Dean Endaweke Tsegaw of Dire Dawa University School of Law notified us that 1,600 legal textbooks arrived successfully at the school in Ethiopia ...
    Posted Feb 28, 2013, 5:02 PM by Jee Won Suh
  • Thank you, Donors! A hearty "Thank you!" to four people who have given significant monetary contributions:Ellen Morgan,Joe Margulies,Thomas Geraghty, andCharles Devore.It would be a lot harder without your ...
    Posted Mar 13, 2012, 11:25 PM by Phil Sandick
  • Boeing Sponsorship! We recently got the word that Boeing has agreed to carry our books on one of their plane deliveries to Ethiopian Airlines. This is a major development, because it means ...
    Posted Feb 28, 2012, 3:28 PM by Phil Sandick
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Founding Quote

"The time has come for American legal educators and members of the American bar who are concerned about African legal education to shift from describing what they view as desirable changes to active participation with our African colleagues to design a process and to secure resources to support what African legal educators need."

- Thomas F. Geraghty & Emmanuel K. Quansah
 Professors of Law


African Legal Library Project