College of Law > Academics > LLM Programs > LLM in Health Law
DePaul’s health law program has been a leader in the education of future generations of health law partners, policy makers and critical thinkers since its inception in 1984. The Mary and Michael Jaharis Health Law Institute is at the center of the program and offers students opportunities to participate in its work—from community and business related programming, to groundbreaking research and policy reform. Guided by outstanding full-time faculty and leading health law attorneys, the curriculum evolves as the field of health care law changes.
Established in 1986, DePaul's LLM in Health Law is considered one of the most competitive programs in the nation. Guided by outstanding full-time faculty and leading attorneys, the health law curriculum evolves as health care law and technology change, addressing the demand for lawyers with specialized credentials in this field. You may also earn course credit while gaining valuable practice experience through field placements. Additionally, you may participate in programs conducted by the Mary and Michael Jaharis Health Law Institute.
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The Health Law program at DePaul University College of Law is one of only a dozen programs in the nation that is accredited by the Compliance Certification Board (CCB).