The Royal University of Law and Economics (RULE) was originally founded in 1949 as the National Institute of Law and Economics, and then it was renamed many times based on the needs of the society and the change of the regimes. […] Read More ?
The Department for Continuing Legal Education at the RULE has over 15 years’ experience of teaching part-time adult students.
Those who take our courses include:
People studying for enjoyment and personal enrichment — for example, pursuing an interest in Cambodian Law or in Comparative Law
Those working to obtain a certificate or diploma in a given subject […] Read More ?
Excellence in Academics
The Royal University of Law and Economics has been an innovator in legal education for 20 years. We have one of the largest full-time faculties in Cambodia, filled with dedicated scholars and teachers who have expertise in a variety of practice settings as well as the classroom.[…] Read More ?