Graduate Admissions

UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law is committed to making our graduate programs accessible wherever you are. We have residential, limited residential, and online options, and lawyers and non-lawyers can pursue a post-graduate degree in three specialized areas of the law. Acquire skills to be a leader in your field with our innovative curriculum and internationally-tested, practice-based approach to a legal education in the areas of intellectual property (IP) law, criminal law and justice, and commerce and technology. You can personalize your experience at UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law. Our graduate programs can be molded to suit your individual situation, and depending on the graduate degree, we now offer residential programs, limited residencies, and online programs. There also are options for summer study, including summer institutes and clinics.


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How to apply

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Applying for Graduate Programs

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Admission FAQ

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Tuition, fees and financial aid

Enrolling in law school is an investment. To figure out just how much it will cost, we’d like to help you factor in the direct costs of tuition and fees for the nine-month academic period, as well as associated expenses like books, supplies, rent, food and medical/dental costs.