North American Consortium on Legal Education

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The North American Consortium on Legal Education (NACLE) comprises 13 participating law schools in Canada, Mexico, and the United States. The general purpose of NACLE is to promote and share understanding of the legal systems within North American countries. The specific purpose of the Consortium is to enhance the capabilities of each member to provide high quality legal education and research appropriate to the demands of the professional environment in North America.[1]

Consortium Members[edit]

The following law schools and faculties are members of NACLE:[2]



United States: