It appears our outside placement comes to excel at placement for our graduates. Last week, Chimed Saikhanbileg, a law school graduate from 2002 was named Prime Minister of Mongolia. That is going to make reunions for the Class of 2002 a bit more competitive so all you 2002 graduates get busy.
Saikhanbileg graduated with a LL.M degree. The degree was in General Law though he took a number of courses in the Government Procurement Law program.
He replaces Norov Altankhuyag, who was removed from his post on Nov. 5 due to the difficult economic times in the country, which depends heavily on foreign mining investment and commodity prices.
It was a fortunate thing that he checked off “head of state” on the CDO form in his last year otherwise he may have just been placed in the cabinet.
Source: Daily Mail