Intellectual Property Summer Institute: Deadlines, Policies & Procedures
This page will be updated to reflect 2015 IPSI course offerings.
Application deadline: Applications are accepted on a “first-come, first-served” basis. Applications are accepted until May 20, 2014. A non-refundable deposit of $200, which will be applied toward tuition, is required to reserve a place in the program. The deposit must accompany the application. If a student is not accepted into the program, any deposit will be returned.
Drop/add deadline: The last day to add the course is May 20, 2014, at 3:00 PM. The last day to drop the course is on May 27. This notification must be done in writing to the Registrar's Office. You are not permitted to add classes that overlap in time.
Tuition Fees, Deposit and Financial Aid
Registration Form (no longer available)
A non-refundable deposit of $200 (which is not required of UNH School of Law students) must accompany the application.
Tuition is $1,370 per credit, with a maximum of 6 credits. Tuition payment, in full, is required by May 20, 2014. All checks should be made payable to "the University of New Hampshire School of Law" and forwarded to the Business Service Center.
Credit card payment for tuition may be made online only. Please contact Sarah Reynolds in the Business Office for payment information and questions.
JD students from the UNH School of Law and other US law schools should inquire about financial aid through their home law school. Students applying for student loans are required to notify the Business Office, in writing, that a loan is in process and that the student understands he/she is obligated to pay full tuition by the deadline date.
Course Requirements and Grading Policies
Please see course description for prerequisites.
All U.S. JD students must submit a letter of good standing from their home institution.
Students will be evaluated by means of a final examination or paper in each course. Grading standards are established by the school’s Academic Rules. See Student Handbook Academic Rules, (1.2 mb PDF)
All exams and the majority of class assignments that count toward your final grade are completed anonymously. Exam numbers are made available through the Registrar's Office. Your exam number may only be used for the summer semester. We recommend you make two copies of all papers and keep one copy for your records. The exam schedule is posted on the wall outside the Registrar's Office. If you have two exams scheduled on the same day, and would like to reschedule one of them, please submit an Exam Conflict Form to the Registrar’s Office
Students who want to earn academic credit must take the final exam. Those who do not want academic credit are not required to take the final exam. This decision must be put in writing and submitted to the Registrar’s Office prior to the start of the course. The student will receive an audit.
- The TOEFL or IELTS is not required for admission for the institute, unless you are a non-native speaker of English, taking the course for credit and are requesting extra time on examinations. Such students must submit a current (not more than two years old) TOEFL or IELTS score, they also have the option to send a letter from their home school attesting to the score they have on file.
Attendance Policy Rule II.D
Students are required to attend all classes on a regular and punctual basis and otherwise to meet all requirements for the offering as the instructor indicates by timely notice. Students are not allowed to receive academic credit for courses that are scheduled to meet at conflicting times, no matter how brief the conflict. It is the student's responsibility to make sure that such scheduling conflicts do not occur. If a student allows conflicting courses to remain on his/her schedule beyond the add/drop period, he/she will receive credit for only one of the conflicting courses.
It is the policy of the University of New Hampshire School of Law that all students will regularly and punctually attend class. It is the responsibility of each instructor to ensure compliance with this policy in whatever manner he/she considers appropriate under the circumstances of each course. Instructors will inform students in the syllabus of the manner of ensuring attendance at the beginning of each course.
Transcript Request Form
All non-UNH School of Law students who participate in the program are entitled to one free transcript, which will be sent to them once grades have closed and are posted. The transcript will be sent to the home address on file. Additional transcripts can be requested online from the UNH School of Law Registrar.
Acceptance of Credit
Acceptance of any credit or grade is subject to determination by the student's home law school. We advise you to check with your Dean on this matter. U.S. JD students must submit a letter of good standing from their home institution stating that the institution will accept the courses for JD credit.
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Concord, NH 03301
Phone: (603) 513-5216