Only a year ago, the Riga Graduate School of Law, established by the Swedish and Latvian governments to facilitate development by educating a new class of lawyers, was on the brink of being dissolved due to numerous financial and management problems. After months of discussion on how to save the school, in November 2005 Latvia agreed to buy Sweden's stake and became the school's new majority owner. Control of the school was later transferred to the University of Latvia, and now, eight months after bearly escaping closure, the school has finally redefined itself as a separate, financially st...
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