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Certificate Programs: get credit for Drake's specialties Match your career choices with Drake's areas of special expertise. A certificate program is a formal course of study within the curriculum that is analogous to a college major. Successful completion of a certificate program not only represents significant learning, but can also demonstrate to potential employers a student's commitment to the practice area.
Business Law Certificate Requirements
Business Law Certificate Form
Program directors:  Professor David Walker and Professor Matthew Dore

Civil Litigation and Dispute Resolution Certificate Requirements
Updated Civil Litigation and Dispute Resolution Certificate Form - Fall 2014
Litigation and Dispute Resolution Certificate Form  
Program director:  Professor Laurie Dore

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

Criminal Law Certificate Requirements*
Criminal Law Certificate Form
Program director:  Professor Robert Rigg

Food and Agricultural Law Certificate Requirements
Food and Agricultural Law Certificate Form
Program director:  Professor Neil Hamilton

Global Intellectual Property Law Certificate Requirements
Global Intellectual Property Law Certificate Form
Program director:  Professor Peter Yu

Health Law Certificate Requirements
Health Law Certificate Form

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

Legislative Practice Certificate Requirements
Legislative Practice Certificate Form  
Program director:  Professor Julie Smith

Prosecution & Defense Track Requirements*
Prosecution & Defense Track Form
Program director:  Professor David McCord

Public Service Certificate
Public Service Form  
Program director:  Assistant Dean William Hennan
*Beginning with the 2014 summer session, students interested in criminal law should follow the requirements for the Prosecution & Defense Track. Students currently working on the Criminal Law certificate will complete the current requirements for that certificate. In the Fall of 2016, the Prosecution & Defense track will replace the Criminal Law certificate.


Certificate Notification Form


 
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