Health Law Curriculum
Health law encompasses many practice areas including health policy, transactional and corporate work, compliance and regulation, and health care litigation. Accordingly, the General Health Law Certificate and the Health Care Compliance Certificate requirements are designed to ensure that each student gains a firm foundation in health law, is exposed to the real-world practice of health law, and has the opportunity to develop an individualized curriculum that prepares him or her to practice in a particular area of health law.
The Health Law Institute offers a comprehensive health law curriculum, giving students general exposure to the field of health law and providing the opportunity for in depth study of health policy, health care compliance, transactional and corporate issues in health law, and health care litigation. In addition, Hamline Law has recognized strengths in the complimentary fields of dispute resolution (Hamline’s Dispute Resolution Institute is one of the top-ranked programs in the country), intellectual property, international law, business and transactional law, and trial advocacy, among other areas.
Health Law Institute courses are taught by faculty members with national and international reputations, and academic-year course offerings are complemented by extensive January and Summer Term Courses.
General Health Law Certificate Curriculum
Health Care Compliance Certificate Curriculum
January Term Courses
Summer Term Courses
How to earn both Certificates!
**Health Law Course Offerings 2012-2013 (subject to change)