CAJ-FIU has agreements with several Colombian Universities and has being implementing a training program for upper level Law students on the US legal system, Alternative Dispute Resolutions and Money Laundering as well. The program, implemented in coordination with the FIU Law School, has being in place since 2011. Participating Colombian Universities include: Universidad Javeriana, La Gran Colombia, UDES (Santander), Universidad Católica, Universidad Libre de Bogota, Universidad Libre de Barranquilla, Universidad Libre de Cartagena, Universidad Libre de Cúcuta, Universidad Libre de Cali, Universidad Libre de Pereira and Universidad Libre de Socorro. More than 900 students have participated in the program since its inception. Some of the courses designed and implemented are US Legal System a Comparative Analysis with the Colombian Legal System, Alternative Dispute Resolutions, Mediation, International Arbitration, and Money Laundering.
- Supervised the investment of more than USD$4 million in the construction of six regional Justice Houses (JH) and fifteen satellite JHs. Moreover, FIU negotiated approximately USD$6.8 million in construction costs from public and private Colombian sources. FIU-supported JHs, located mostly in conflict-impacted areas of Colombia processed more than 72,000 requests for assistance as of the end of 2009. In June 2009, President Uribe and U.S. Ambassador Brownfield inaugurated Colombia’s fiftieth JH in Tumaco, a community with a large, highly vulnerable Afro-Colombian population.
- Helped the new accusatory system reach areas affected by the conflict or of difficult access by establishing twenty virtual courtrooms, connecting local police, prosecutors, public defenders and their clients with judges in large urban centers.