J.D. Admissions

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You've found your place. From our very first interaction, UNH Franklin Pierce's focus is on you. You’ll flourish in our small classes, tailor your own legal education experience, and have ample opportunities to perform real-world legal work while still a student, through a wide variety of clinics, legal residencies, and independent projects. Discover a world-class faculty and an inventive curriculum that has received praise from scholars around the globe.

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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. 

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Juris Doctor (J.D.) Programs

Our groundbreaking curriculum and experiential learning opportunities allow you to personalize your legal education. Here, you will shape your own experiences and graduate with practice-ready skills.

Exceptional programs.  Small class sizes.  Access to faculty.  Learn why students choose UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law.


UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law seeks students who have the ability to successfully complete the work required of them, and who will make a contribution to the law school community and to society. Admission to UNH Franklin Pierce will be guided by the school’s Mission and Values, and will be based on a whole-person review of each application, including ability and aptitude; demonstration of academic success; relevant experience that addresses the school’s mission or areas of excellence; leadership; diversity; moral character; community service; and other qualitative personal attributes. UNH Franklin Pierce values diverse opinions, backgrounds, and perspectives. This enrichment within the classroom and community is core to the educational experience. UNH Franklin Pierce does not discriminate on the basis of sex, age, race, color, religion, ethnicity, disability, marital status, national origin, or sexual orientation.