Application for Admission to UNH School of Law's
Intellectual Property (LLM, Master, Diploma)
Commerce & Technology (LLM, Master, Diploma)
International Criminal Law & Justice (LLM, Master)
The UNH School of Law welcomes your application to join our international community of students and alumni. In order to best evaluate your application, we want to know about your educational background, work experience, career goals, and any other factors that will demonstrate your readiness to pursue graduate legal studies.
This list has been provided for your records, and does not need to be sent in along with your application.
1. Completed Application Form
2. $50 Nonrefundable Application Fee
5. Official transcripts
6. Recommendation letters
7. Signed Certification Form (will pop-up when you submit this form)
And for International Applicants:
If you have earned an undergraduate university degree where the language of instruction was English, you may request a waiver of the TOEFL. The waiver must be submitted in writing along with your application. You must have signed documentation from an administrator at the university confirming English language as the medium of instruction. If you do not have signed documentation, then the English language proficiency requirement will not be waived.
Note: If you are an international student who is interested in refining your English language skills, the University of New Hampshire (located in Durham, New Hampshire) offers an ESL program that graduate students have the option to enroll in prior to beginning their fall semester at UNH Law. For more information please visit www.unh.edu/esl.
Notice of Nondiscrimination
The University of New Hampshire School of Law does not discriminate on the basis of sex, age, race, color, religion, ethnicity, disability, marital status, national origin, or sexual orientation in its admissions policies, programs, or activities. Inquiries regarding UNH School of Law's nondiscrimination policies should be directed to the Assistant Dean for Student Affairs, University of New Hampshire School of Law, Two White Street, Concord, NH 03301; (603) 228-1541.