Earn Global Credentials With A Degree From UNH Law
UNH Law has a variety of of options for students wishing to study law in the United States, including J.D., LL.M, Master's, and Diploma programs. In our graduate programs, lawyers and non-lawyers can pursue a post-graduate degree in three specialized areas of the law - Intellectual Property, Commerce & Technology, and International Criminal Law & Justice.
With your degree in law, our LL.M. program allows you to focus on an area of expertise and earn global credentials. The master of laws (LL.M.) is a professional degree designed for students who have a law degree and now want to specialize in a particular aspect of the law. International applicants must hold a baccalaureate law degree from a foreign law faculty prior to matriculation.
Our Master’s Degree program paves the way for you to become a respected specialist in your field.
UNH Law offers highly qualified foreign trained lawyers advanced standing admission to its J.D. program. This program allows foreign lawyers to earn their J.D. in two years. This program is ideal for international lawyers who are also seeking admission to practice law in the United States.
Areas of Specialization
We are recognized worldwide for our pioneering work, curricula, and faculty in Intellectual Property law. Our IP program has been ranked among the top 10 in the country for more than 25 years.
Our online-only program is an excellent fit for those in diplomatic, criminal justice, military, and law enforcement around the world to study transnational law, focused on domestic crimes with international implications.