New Hampshire Law Offers Flexibility through its Online, Residential and Limited Residential LLM Programs
The University of New Hampshire (UNH) School of Law offers law graduates and legal professionals with utmost flexibility through its various LLM offerings that allow for online, residential and limited residential options. UNH Law's LLM degrees are open to those who want to gain further law specialization in their field of interest. Graduates of the LLM programs gain for themselves global credentials.
Currently, LLM programs in three legal areas are offered by UNH Law, as follows:
- LLM in Intellectual Property(IP)
- LLM in Commerce and Technology
- LLM in International Criminal Law and Justice (ICLJ)
UNH Law's LLM in Intellectual Property has received several accolades in the 25 plus years that it has been in existence. This includes being one of the country's top 10 law programs. It is available as residential, limited residential and online degree. The LLM in Commerce and Technology is in residential formal only and focuses on areas of business law. The two LLM programs have only one intake, August of each year.
The LLM in ICLJ is available only in online format. This program is suitable to scholars, lawyers and professionals with careers in the fields of criminal justice, law enforcement and the military, among others. This program has two intakes: August and January of each year.
LLM applications are accepted on a rolling basis. International applicants of residential and limited residential LLM programs should complete their applications by 22 June 2018 to be considered for the Fall 2018 intake. For U.S. student applicants, the deadline is 13 July 2018.
As for the online IP and online ICLJ programs, the following dates are relevant:
- For Spring 2018 intake - applications must be received on or before 12 January 2018
- For Fall 2018 intake - applications must be received on or before 17 August 2018
The online program application deadlines apply to both U.S. and international students. All applications for residential and limited residential LLM degrees should be submitted online through the LSAC while online programs should apply through UNH Law's website.