Dear Adam Mizera,
To intellectual property professionals and academics around the world, the name “Franklin Pierce” means world-class IP education and entrepreneurship. Launched in the fall of 2010, the University of New Hampshire School of Law’s Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property builds on the pioneering IP work with which the school has been associated since 1973.
The University of New Hampshire School of Law is pleased to announce a Master degree and LL.M. degree in Intellectual Property are now available in two new formats, designed for professionals around the globe.
The Master degree is appropriate for engineers, scientists, or business professional who seek specialized training in patent law.
The LL.M. degree is appropriate for domestic and international attorneys who seek specialization in patent law.
In addition to enrolling in our residential program here in the United States, students now have the option of enrolling in a limited residential program or online program.Our limited residential program allows an individual to enroll in August for 1 semester (4 months) and then finish the balance of the program online. Our online program allows individuals, who cannot travel abroad, the ability to complete the program completely online. Students who pursue any one of these options will earn the same University of New Hampshire School of Law degree. For more information on these programs please see the following url: http://law.unh.edu/academics/graduate-programs/ip
We would appreciate it if you could please forward this information to those individuals whom you think may be interested in acquiring a specialized patent law degree. If you have questions or concerns, please feel free to contact our office at: email@example.com.
Debra A. Beauregard
Director of Graduate Programs
University of New Hampshire School of Law