Certificate Programs

Drake Law School offers 11 certificate programs, allowing students to get academic credit and build their resumes in a variety of specialties.

A certificate program is a formal course of study within the Law School curriculum that is analogous to a college major.

Successful completion of a certificate program not only represents significant learning in that topic, but it also demonstrates to potential employers a student's commitment to the practice area.

Certificate Programs:

Business Law Certificate
Program director: Professor Matthew Doré

Civil Litigation and Dispute Resolution Certificate
Program director: Professor Laurie Doré

Constitutional Law and Civil Rights Certificate
Program director: Professor Mark Kende

Environmental and Sustainability Certificate
Program director: Professor Jonathan Rosenbloom

Food and Agricultural Law Certificate
Associate program director: Professor Jennifer Zwagerman

Health Law Certificate
Program director: Professor Denise Hill

Intellectual Property Law Certificate
Program director: Professor Shontavia Johnson

International and Comparative Law and Human Rights Certificate
Program director: Professor Hunter Clark

Legislative Practice Certificate
Program director: Professor Julie Smith

Prosecution and Defense Certificate
Program director: Associate Dean David McCord

Public Service Certificate
Program director: Assistant Dean Bill Hennan

 

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Law School News
September 2, 2016
The Drake Intellectual Property Law Center is hosting the first-ever Big IDEA Speaker Series, which will feature three professionals in various topics of intellectual property (IP) law.
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