In Their Own Words

What do experts and world leaders think about the rule of law—and the World Justice Project's efforts to measure it? We asked several leading global voices for their thoughts.

Click the video to the right to hear from Bill Gates, Desmond Tutu, Thomas Carothers, Justice Hassan Bubacar Jallow, Beatrice Mtetwa, Beverly McLachlin, P.C., Jenny S. Martinez, and Petar Stoyanov.

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Last month, the World Justice Project joined more than 20 organizations—including Results for...

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The World Justice Project is pleased to announce the inaugural WJP...

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On Feb 11, WJP chief research officer Alejandro Ponce will deliver the keynote address at "...

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William C. Hubbard, WJP board chair and current ABA president, authored an...