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Immigration Law and Intellectual Property Law are dynamic fields with highly rewarding and exciting job opportunities. Our law school offers concentrations in these two fields to provide students with a focus while in law school and additional credentials when they enter the job market.

Law school students take advantage of New England Law specializations
Vanessa Woodman de Lazo landed a clerkship with the prestigious U.S. Department of Justice Attorney General’s Honors Program after graduating. That position led to her becoming assistant chief counsel for the Department of Homeland Security in San Francisco. But it all started with the concentration in Immigration Law. 

Fast-Growing Law Specializations

The concentrations in Immigration Law and Intellectual Property Law take full advantage of New England Law’s strong faculty, wealth of experiential learning opportunities, and broad range of courses. Each law specialization includes real-world work experience through clinics, fellowships, internships, and moot court/mock trial opportunities.

Students can also strengthen their foundation in these specializations through study abroad, access to unique job listings, school-funded summer fellowships, and faculty advisors with deep expertise. Completion of the concentration is noted on transcripts for employers.

Learn more about these dynamic and in-demand legal specialties:

Immigration Law Concentration

  • Prepares students for virtually any role within the immigration legal profession and in varied settings, from private practice to corporations to government to nonprofits.
  • Experiential learning opportunities include the community projects organized by the Immigration Law Student Association and the Human Rights and Immigration Law Project; the Immigration Law Clinic, Public Interest Law Clinic, and Government Lawyer Clinic; work experience through the Summer Fellowship Program; and more.
  • Course work includes Business Immigration Law, Crimmigration, Refugee and Asylum Law, Human Trafficking, and more.

Intellectual Property Law Concentration

  • Prepares students to work as IP attorneys and for other roles in the legal profession, including in the fields of patent, trademark, copyright, sports, entertainment, privacy law, and more.   
  • Experiential learning opportunities include the Business and Intellectual Property Law Clinic, Saul Lefkowitz International Trademark Association Moot Court Competition, negotiation competitions, IP law writing competitions, and more.
  • Course work includes Copyright Law, Patent Law, Trademarks and Unfair Competition, Entertainment Law, Sports Law, Intellectual Property Litigation, Antitrust, Business Planning, Contract Drafting for IP, Information Privacy Law, Intellectual Property, Current Issues in IP Seminar, and more.