UNH Law ranked 8th in specialty IP law rankings by U.S. News & World Report
The University of New Hampshire School of Law integrates conventional classroom courses with practical skills training to take students beyond the traditional course list with increasingly complex, professional, and responsible activities available through externships, clinics, independent studies, and research. Instruction methods include classroom discussion and lecture, seminars and small-group meetings, and computer-assisted individual learning. Recently, UNH Law has reduced the amount of required credits for the LLM degree from 30 to 24. A Masters student must complete 30 credits.
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The University of New Hampshire School of Law has one of the largest, and well respected, full-time resident IP faculties in the United States, supplemented by a substantial influential contingent of domestic and foreign adjuncts. Our faculty members are experienced teachers who have been litigators, counselors, and transactional specialists in the full range of legal and business settings. IP faculty are committed to educating students and working toward the success of students in the global IP professional arena.
Today, our graduates are employed in leading law firms, corporate legal departments, software companies, colleges and government offices around the world, working as patent agents, licensing executives, consultants and IP experts in business, science and education.
"UNH School of Law gave me exciting opportunities and challenges, expanded my horizons,and had a profound impact on my future."
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