The Institute supports colleges and universities engaged in the delivery of law and criminal justice education through the provision of educational resource development. Each class created under the Institute strategy consists of fully narrated lecture materials, custom published textbooks created by the instructor, comprehensive writings assignments, teleconference classroom sessions conducted each week of the term, examinations that measure student understanding and ability to apply new concepts, and access to the instructor through two-way video office hours to extend the learning process. The Institute can either provide individual classes as required by the affiliate university, or entire degree program support of existing curricula provided by the college. Colleges and universities interested in the National Institute for Law and Justice Education concept may contact us, via email, at [email protected] for further information.