Experiential Education

Practice-driven

UNH Law offers an array of experiential learning options that allow you to gain critical experience in real-world legal settings. Our Daniel Webster Scholar program is the first bar exam-alternative program of its kind in the United States, and was recently awarded the ABA's prestigious E. Smythe Gambrell Professionalism Award. In addition, UNH Law offers extensive legal residency and clinical programs. 

Our live-client clinics include : 

  • Consumer and Commercial Law
  • Criminal Practice
  • Immigration Law
  • Intellectual Property and Transaction
  • International Technology Transfer

Our students' legal residencies have included:

  • Sony Music Entertainment
  • United States Patent and Trademark Office
  • The Dallas Cowboys
  • Ultimate Fighting Championship
  • Northeastern University Athletic Department
  • The Office of the Colorado State Public Defender
  • Federal Trade Commission

 

  • The Orchard
  • KitchenAid Global Business Unit
  • Office on Violence Against Women, United States Department of Justice
  • Novak Druce Connolly Bove + Quigg LLP
  • Quintiles
  • United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit
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Daniel Webster Scholar Program (DWS)

Daniel Webster Scholar Program (DWS)

Daniel Webster Scholar (DWS) Honors Program, a first-of-its-kind program in the country allowing students to graduate without the need to take the traditional two-day bar exam. 

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Clinics

Clinics

Test your skills in a real-world environment before you graduate with our extensive clinic and externship offerings that take you outside the classroom. 

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Externships

Externships

Nearly 80 percent of our students choose to supplement their rigorous academic curriculum with at least one legal residency.

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UNH Law students at Moot Court

Moot Court

Moot Court

Moot Court is a distinguishing honor unique to law school. As a Moot Court competitor, you and your partner will be solely responsible for the substance of your brief.

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