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.
Schools of Public Health
The Association of Schools of Public Health 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.:
See also the listing of programs at Louisiana State University's Medical and Public Health Law Site.