Students often ask about health law programs around the country, whether it is for summer-school classes or to continue their health-law education after earning their J.D. These schools can also be a useful source of information about upcoming conferences and even substantive developments in health law. Many of the schools that offer the LL.M. also offer a joint-degree J.D./M.P.H. program, a non-degree certificate program in health law, or an S.J.D. (or equivalent degree). In addition, many law schools not listed below offer a general LL.M. degree with an opportunity to specialize in health law or a certificate in health law for their J.D. candidates.
In addition to the law schools' offerings, many public health schools have strong offerings in health law, either through a health-law concentration or in conjunction with an affiliated law school.
American University Washington College of Law
Arizona State University College of Law (biotechnology & genomics)
Dalhousie University Law School
DePaul University College of Law
George Washington University [LL.M. (general)/MPH]
Loyola University School of Law
Nova Southeastern University Law Center (M.H.L.)
St. Louis University School of Law
Seton Hall Law School
University of Houston Law Center
Widener University School of Law
Schools of Public Health
The Association of Public Health Schools maintains a list of the schools of public health and graduate public health program accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health. Many of these schools offer J.D./M.P.H. joint-degree programs or specialized law-and-public-health concentrations, e.g.:
University of Illinois-Chicago School of Public Health (with Chicago-Kent College of Law)
University of Minnesota
University of Pittsburgh
See also the listing of programs at Louisiana State University's Medical and Public Health Law Site.