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
4 thoughts on “GWU Law Grad Selected As New Head Of State For Mongolia”
I followed a bike tour on another site, and the photos were astounding. Went on to do some more reading on it. It would be a fantastic trip to go there.
I wish him well. This past summer I spent 2 weeks on a bicycle tour in Mongolia. It was a fantastic trip and i’d gladly go back for another visit. A beautiful country, with difficult economic times. Also a fractured country as Inner Mongolia remains part of China.
An attorney friend of mine is a hiker/climber. His last sojourn was in 2013 when he hiked Mongolia. He put it up there w/ Patagonia as one of his favorites. He brought back great photos. The kid photos are always my favorites. Congrats to Chimed and the faculty of GWU.
Congratulations to Prime Minister Saikhanbileg and GWU.
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