Foundations, Institutes, Education Associations

Legal Foundations

  • Conservation Law Foundation

    Conservation Law Foundation is New England?s leading environmental advocacy organization. Since 1966, CLF has worked to protect New England's people, natural resources and communities. CLF has four program areas: Clean Energy & Climate Change, Clean Water & Healthy Forests, Healthy Oceans and Smart Growth. CLF works to promote renewable energy and fight air and water pollution; build healthy fishing communities and protect marine habitat; fight sprawl, promote public transit and defend public health. Conservation Law Foundation is a nonprofit, member-supported organization with offices in Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont.

  • Foundations of Business Law

    The purpose of this web page is to provide links to primary sources, updates, and other interesting sites for students in Babson College's Law 1003 and 7000 courses. The site is arranged by the topics covered in the foundation law courses.

  • Georgetown Law Foundations of American Law and Legal Education

    Foundations of American Law and Legal Education (Foundations) prepares international law students for their graduate legal education in the U.S. Taught in the weeks prior to the beginning of the academic year, it is an in-depth introduction to American law and legal heritage. The faculty member, from Georgetown and other prominent law schools, are experienced in teaching foreign lawyers.

  • Law and Justice Foundation

    The Foundation is an independent statutory body working to improve access to justice in NSW, particularly for socially and economically disadvantaged people.

  • National Legal Fondation

    Our goal is to make the American people aware of the law's personal impact. The erosion of our religious freedom is real. If our leaders and citizens in communities across America are not aware of the danger, they will be ill-prepared to respond when their rights are violated. It is this lack of readiness that the National Legal Foundation seeks to remedy.

  • NFIB Legal Foundation

    The Foundation protects the rights of America's small- and independent-business owners by ensuring that the voice of small business is heard in the nation's courts and by providing small businesses with important legal resources.

  • Pacific Legal Foundation

    Pacific Legal Foundation is the oldest and largest public interest legal organization dedicated to limited government, property rights and individual liberty.

Legal Institutes

  • American Law Institute

    There is no other association in the United States like The American Law Institute.

  • Environmental Law Institute

    The Environmental Law Institute provides information services, advice, publications, training courses, seminars, research programs and policy recommendations to engage and empower environmental leaders the world over. ELI?s audience is leading environmental professionals in government, industry, public interest groups and academia.

  • International Law Institute

    ILI?s mission is to raise levels of professional competence and capacity in all nations so that professionals everywhere may achieve practical solutions to common problems in ways that suit their nations? own needs. In working to fulfill that mission, ILI activities have grown from pure research to practical training and education in Washington, its regional campuses, and elsewhere; advising governments and private entities internationally; and publishing.

  • Liberty Legal Institute (LLI)

    Liberty Legal Institute (LLI) is a 501(c)(3) organization that was founded in 1997 to protect religious freedoms and First Amendment rights for individuals, groups and churches. LLI offers its assistance pro bono to ensure all individuals and groups can thrive without the fear of governments restricting their freedoms.

  • Practising Law Institute (PLI)

    Practising Law Institute (PLI) is a non-profit continuing legal education organization chartered by the Regents of the University of the State of New York, founded in 1933. PLI is dedicated to providing the legal community and allied professionals with the most up-to-date, relevant information and techniques which are critical to the development of a professional, competitive edge. We achieve these goals through the highest quality programs held annually in locations across the United States, annually supplemented treatises, audio and video programs, interactive multimedia, course handbooks, web programs and customized training and specialized services all with the guidance of practice specific Advisory Committees. PLI is headquartered in New York City with offices in California.

Legal Education Associations and Centers

  • Community Legal Education Association

    CLEA is a not-for-profit organization that provides public legal education and information programs to Manitobans. We believe that legal knowledge is a prerequisite to full and equal participation in our society. The purpose of CLEA is to educate the general public with respect to the legal system, with the betterment of Manitobans as its ultimate goal, and to increase the ability of individuals (primarily those perceived to have the greatest need) to deal competently with legal issues.

  • Community Legal Education Center

    The CLEC is a self governing non-government organization with a management team and a board of directors. A group of eight bi-lingual professionals form the heart of the organization. Our areas of specialty encompass land law, labor law, business law, dispute resolution, legislative drafting, legal education and law reform.

  • Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan (PLEA)

    The Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan (PLEA) was incorporated in 1980 as a non-profit, non-government organization which exists to educate, inform and empower through law-related education.

  • Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan (PLEA)
  • The Law Centres Federation

    The LCF is the national body for a network of community based Law Centres. Law Centres provide help in solving everyday problems, such as getting decent housing, dealing with discrimination, or obtaining the correct benefits.

  • UK Centre for Legal Education

    The UK Centre for Legal Education promotes a scholarly and discipline specific approach to the innovation and reform of learning and teaching both nationally and internationally. Through its commitment to integrity, excellence and creativity in the delivery of its services, the Centre will provide an indispensable resource for teachers and a significant means of enhancing the learning experience of students studying law.

  • Yukon Public Legal Education Association (YPLEA)

    The Yukon Public Legal Education Association (YPLEA) is a non-profit organization devoted to providing legal information to the public and promoting increased access to the legal system. The goal of the Association is to help the public to identify and understand their legal rights and responsibilities in order to improve their ability to deal with legal matters.