Best Health Law Graduate Programs

St. Louis University (SLU) is rated No. 1 in the US News ranking of best health law programs in the nation (2012), followed by Boston University in second place and University of Maryland (Carey) in third place. SLU's Center for Health Law Studies offers a wide range of health law courses taught by full-time faculty, including foundational and specialized health law and policy courses each semester.

The Center for Law, Health & Society oversees the health law program at Georgia State University's College of Law. The program is ranked among the top 5 health law programs in the nation by U.S. News and World Report. In addition, the Georgia State University College of Law has been named the No. 1 Best Value Law School by The National Jurist. The National Law Journal, in its annual list of the top 50 "Go-To" law schools, ranked Georgia State at No. 32 for its percentage of graduates who were hired as first-year associates at the nation's top firms.

Seton Hall University offers of the nation's top-ranked health law programs (ranked 6th by US News) through the Seton Hall Law Center for Health & Pharmaceutical Law & Policy, a leading center for research and scholarship. J.D. degree candidates may concentrate in Health Law or Intellectual Property Law.

DePaul University College of Law is recognized by The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education as one of the top law schools for Hispanics (2009). The health law program is ranked 15th and the intellectual property program ranked 17th by U.S.News & World Report (2011).

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