Application for 2015 Summer Program Admission

Intellectual Property Summer Institute (IPSI)

Advanced Patent Law Institute (APLI)

This application is NOT required for UNH School of Law students. Use Blackboard instead.

Note: A complete application consists of the following items:

  1. A letter from your law school, certifying that you are in good standing.
    This is NOT required for international students, professionals, or practitioners.
  2. Full tuition payment.
Name FULL legal name (as name appears on your passport)
  • Title
Affiliation
  • I am a:
Permanent Mailing Address
Contact Information

Personal Information
  • Gender
Education


Emergency Contact Information

Person to contact in case of an emergency.

Criminal Convictions

Have you ever been convicted of a criminal offense (other than a minor traffic violation), or disciplined by a law school or bar authority, or is there a criminal charge pending against you?

  • Any Convictions?
  • If yes, please explain by attaching a full descriptive statement (e.g. PDF or Word document).
Class Information

Please select the courses you intend to enroll in. You may take up to four (4) credits and choose from both APLI and IPSI courses.

Consult the Curriculum page for descriptions of these courses.

It may be helpful to refer to the Summer Class Schedule.

Class Selection
  • (2 credits)
  • (1 credit)
  • (1 credit)
  • (1 credit)
  • (1 credit)
  • (2 credits)
  • (1 credit)
  • (1 credit)
  • (1 credit)
Visa Information

Required of all International Attendees

Citizens of foreign countries that wish to enter the United States will be required to obtain a visa to enter the U.S.A.

Visitor Visa
If you are attending IPSI/APLI for business purposes or for pleasure/recreation we suggest you apply for a visitor visa.  The form I-20 is not required for a visitor visa, and the process is handled completely by you.  A visitor visa takes less time to obtain than an F1 visa; however, you should still apply well in advance of your travel date.

If you wish to travel to the U.S. under the Visa Waiver Program please visit https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov/esta/.

F1 Student Visa
If you are a student currently enrolled in a program of study at another institution, we suggest you apply for an F1 visa.  Applying for an F1 visa takes time, so it is in your best interest to get started on the process sooner rather than later. 

You will be required to:

1. Show proof of English language proficiency (TOEFL, IELTS, or letter from a previous institution stating method of instruction was in English).

2. Complete the UNH School of Law International Applicant Financial Declaration (IAFD), certifying that you have enough funding for your tuition and living expenses during IPSI/APLI.  Documentation required for this form includes a copy of your passport, letter from your bank and/or an affidavit of support (if funds are being provided by someone other than you).  Specific details are provided on the IAFD.

If you have additional visa-related questions, please contact Christine Rousseau for assistance at christine.rousseau@law.unh.edu.

Participation/Certification Agreement

I hereby apply for admission to the 2015 UNH School of Law Intellectual Property Summer Institute (IPSI) and/or the Advanced Patent Law Institute (APLI) in Concord, New Hampshire.

In connection with the above mentioned program:

  1. I, the student, agree to participate fully in the academic portion of the program, including all classes.
  2. I, the student, agree to abide by the laws, regulations and customs of the U.S.A. and the academic rules of UNH School of Law for the entire duration of the program.
  3. The University of New Hampshire School of Law agrees to award up to 4 credits upon successful completion of IPSI and/or APLI.
  4. The University of New Hampshire School of Law may cancel the program before it begins, or during the course of the program, for good cause.
  5. I, the student, also agree to hold harmless UNH School of Law and its collaborating organizations, their employees, their officials, for any and all claims of injury or loss arising from or in connection with my participation in the program, for the entire duration of the program.
  6. By clicking the submit button below, and transmitting this application electronically, I certify that all the information in this application and all the supplemental materials that I shall submit are accurate and true, and given for the purposes of UNH School of Law's taking action in reliance thereon.
  7. I understand that any false or misleading statement, or an inaccurate or incomplete application, may be the basis for denial of admission or, if I am admitted in reliance on such information, the basis for dismissal from UNH School of Law.
Financial Aid
  • Do you intend to apply for financial aid?

Law students should inquire about financial aid through their home law school; students applying for student loans are required to notify the UNH Law Business Service Center, in writing, that a loan is in process and that the student understands he/she is obligated to pay full tuition prior to the start of classes.

Tuition Rate

You may take up to 4 credits.

The Intellectual Property Summer Institute and the Advanced Patent Law Institute tuition is $1,370 per credit ($1,233 for NH residents) plus a technology fee. This chart will help you figure the total amount you will owe.

Your application will not be processed until you have paid the tuition amount. Please mail us your check or money order.

Address all communications to:

University of New Hampshire School of Law
Graduate Programs Summer Admissions
2 White Street
Concord, NH 03301
Phone (603) 513-5216
graduateprograms@law.unh.edu

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, 2 White Street, Concord, NH 03301, (603) 228-1541.