The University of New Hampshire School of Law, a leader in Intellectual Property education in the United States, will offer the Intellectual Property Summer Institute and the Advanced Patent Law Institute in the summer of 2013.
Both programs are approved by the American Bar Association and open to all law students, graduate students and legal professionals (though some courses do have pre-requisites). The course offerings are the most comprehensive of all such programs and taught by a seasoned faculty with a wealth of experience.
Students choosing to attend a summer program can earn up to six credits in a four-week span.
More information on the programs, including how to apply, can be found in our Academics section.
Through an association with Santa Clara University School of Law, UNH Law students also have the opportunity to enroll in any one of a number of summer study abroad programs, with concentrations on intellectual property law, international business law, and international human rights law. For a current list of programs, along with dates and registration information, please visit here.