The Law & Economics Center is comprised of six distinct divisions:
The Mason Judicial Education Program is the nation’s preeminent provider of high-quality, balanced judicial education seminars that focus on economics, finance, accounting, statistics and scientific method. The LEC has been offering programs for judges since 1976.
The Manne Program promotes law and economics scholarship by funding faculty research and hosting policy-relevant research roundtables and academic conferences.
The Searle Civil Justice Institute is a public policy institute devoted to producing timely, analytically rigorous and balanced research on important civil justice issues confronting our free enterprise system.
The Mason Attorneys General Education Program offers educational programming for state attorneys general and their staff attorneys to provide them a broad-based understanding of the economic and public policy issues they encounter in the course of their legal practice.
The Congressional Civil Justice Caucus Academy provides rigorous, balanced education programs on a range of civil justice issues for the benefit of the general public and members of the US Congress and their staff.
As the newest division in the LEC, the LEC-PERC Joint Program on Economics, Law & the Environment aims to train professors of environmental law and related fields in the potential for better understanding environmental policy through the lenses of property rights and political economy.