Private law firms, led by Washington, D.C.-based Arent Fox, are joining with the State Department to help rebuild the legal system in Afghanistan.

Last week at a State Department reception complete with hors d’oeuvres and sitar music, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice unveiled the Public-Private Partnership for Justice Reform in Afghanistan. “Establishing a fair, democratic, and transparent judicial system in Afghanistan is essential to the country’s success,” Rice said at the Dec. 13 event. “And we know there is much work remaining to be done.”

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