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Certificate Programs

The University of Connecticut School of Law offers a variety of certificate programs that function as concentrations in particular subject-matter and skill areas. These certificates enable students to tailor their legal educations to focus on their specific academic interests and career aspirations. Certificates also provide concrete evidence to employers of a student’s background in, and potentially his or her commitment to, the relevant practice area. Please note that except for the certificate in Corporate and Regulatory Compliance, certificate programs are open only to students currently matriculated in a degree program at the School of Law.

  • Corporate & Regulatory Compliance Certificate (JD)
  • Energy and Environmental Law Certificate (JD)
  • Human Rights Certificate (JD)
  • Insurance Law and Regulation Certificate (JD)
  • Intellectual Property Certificate (JD)
  • Law and Public Policy Certificate (JD)
  • Tax Studies Certificate (JD)
  • Transactional Practice Certificate (JD)
  • Corporate & Regulatory Compliance Certificate (LLM)
  • Energy and Environmental Law Certificate (LLM)
  • Financial Services Regulation Certificate (LLM)
  • Foundational Certificates in U.S. Law (LLM)
  • Human Rights Certificate (LLM)
  • Intellectual Property Certificate (LLM)
  • Tax Studies Certificate (LLM)
Professional Certificate Program

The School of Law, in partnership with the School of Business, offers a certificate in corporate and regulatory compliance for professionals interested in careers in compliance, ethics, internal monitoring, regulatory affairs, and related areas.More Information on the Professional Certificate in Corporate and Regulatory Compliance

The program is open both to existing J.D. candidates at the School of Law, those who hold a J.D. from another institution, as well as non-legal professionals who hold at least a Bachelor’s degree.