Center for U.S. and Mexican Law

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Center for U.S. and Mexican Law

The Center for U.S. and Mexican Law is the first research center in any U.S. law school devoted to the independent, critical study of Mexican law and legal aspects of U.S. – Mexico relations. Based at the University of Houston Law Center, the Center for U.S. and Mexican Law capitalizes on Houston’s position as a gateway between the United States and Mexico.   The Center’s research programs are directed towards increasing the understanding of Mexican laws and legal institutions in the United States, and of U.S. laws and legal institutions in Mexico.  The Center also sponsors activities to promote professional cooperation and comparative legal education in North America, through a partnership with the North American Consortium on Legal Education.


THE CENTER FOR U.S. AND MEXICAN LAW THANKS THE FOLLOWING COMPANIES AND FIRMS FOR THEIR SUPPORT

UNDERWRITERS: 
Baker Hughes
BHP Billiton 
The Buzbee Law Firm 
Weatherford International 

LEAD SPONSORS: 
Haynes & Boone


SPONSORS: 
Andrews Kurth
Baker Botts 
Chadbourne Parke
Entra Consulting
Gardere Wynne Sewell
Goodrich Riquelme
Holland & Knight
Locke Lord
López Velarde, Heftye y Soria
Mayer Brown
McGinnis Lochridge
Norton Rose Fulbright
Sidley Austin
Vinson & Elkins