University of New Hampshire

School of Law


UNH Law is still accepting applications for the fall 2014 class (including transfer applications). Scholarships are available for eligible candidates.


At the University of New Hampshire School of Law we focus on you, the student, as an individual. We give you flexibility in selecting courses and planning your career, encourage your participation in a rich array of clinics, small classes, legal residencies, publications and independent projects, and provide you with the chance to do legal work while you are still a student.

This attention to the individual starts from your first inquiries about UNH School of Law and extends to all aspects of your education, inside and outside the classroom.

Learn about life as a student at UNH School of Law:
Browse our Viewbook
or request a mailed copy by emailing Admissions.


Hear what our students have to say!

Jeremy Barton, JD '13, from Salt Lake City, Utah, discusses how he balances work & family and his Legal residency placement at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.

Joseph Young, JD '13, from Dayton, Ohio, shares his experiences as a Daniel Webster Scholar and working in the International Technology Transfer Institute Clinic.

Elizabeth Gray, JD '13, from Tariffville, Connecticut, talks about how she fell in love with the UNH Law community and her experiences as a Public Interest Fellow and at the U.S. District Court for the District of Puerto Rico.

You have questions? We have answers.

What is the UNH Law advantage?

How much will law school cost and what types of scholarships are available?

What do UNH Law students do when they're not in class?

Admissions

The Admissions Office is here to help you throughout the admissions process, providing you with information about our programs and services. We currently have a number of outreach efforts designed to answer frequently asked questions. We also encourage you to arrange a visit to see UNH School of Law for yourself.

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