Continuing Legal Education Programs

The University of Houston Law Center provides a variety of continuing legal education programs for its alumni and the legal community.

Every year, the Law Center offers its alumni five to eight free CLE programs. In addition, UHLC also hosts a number of paid CLE programs, including the nationally recognized Annual Ethics and Compliance Symposium.

For questions about upcoming programs, contact Tanisha Green at



Making Sense of Immigration Law CLE   

Location:Hendricks Heritage Room, University of Houston Law Center

Please join us for a lunch and learn session where we will discuss the foundational pieces necessary for taking on an immigration case.

Now more than ever the field of Immigration Law is in high demand. In this constantly changing, challenging, and complex field of the law, attorneys interested in practicing Immigration Law need guidance on how and where to start.

In this program attorneys will learn basics that will put them in the right path to a practice in Immigration Law in the U.S. Attorneys will learn about how to do an immigration consultation, identify the different types of immigration cases, and where to find relevant resources to empower them to succeed in this field.

Register online by Wednesday, February 21, 2018


Black History Month Lecture Series        

Location: University of Houston Law Center
Cheryl L. Wade
Dean Harold F. McNiece Professor of Law at St. John's University
"The Historical Significance of Black Migration, the Search for Work, and the Impact of Corporate Governance"

Yale L. Rosenberg Memorial Lecture     

Krost Hall, University of Houston Law Center
Gabriel "Jack" Chin Professor of Law, UC Davis
"Still a Nation of Immigrants? Rethinking Immigration Policy in the Modern Era"