The National Institute for Law and Justice Education was created by justice professionals, for justice professionals, and is operated under a consortium strategy of affiliated colleges and universities, as well as members of the criminal justice community to provide an exemplary educational curriculum and level of instruction, at a cost that is substantially more affordable than most education content providers. The Institute was founded specifically to serve the higher education needs of the law and justice community by providing quality education materials and services to the academic community. The instructional intensity of  the law and justice instructional programs provide, what we believe, is the most challenging academic curricula available. The Institute’s curricula and its pedagogical approach demands, from each student in attendance, a devotion to the learning enterprise, the attainment and demonstration of academic excellence within the discipline, as well as the ability to apply this knowledge within the profession.

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