The health care provider and supplier markets in the U.S. and abroad evolve constantly to respond to ever-changing laws, regulations and business practices. The Seton Hall Law curriculum evolves continually to keep our students abreast of the latest developments in health law and related areas.
Because lawyers often represent clients on both the provider and supplier side of the industry, it is in our students' best interest to sample courses across the health, pharmaceutical and intellectual property curriculum. However, many of these lawyers are ultimately generalists and therefore need not only a grounding in laws specific to health care; they also need to know other substantive laws such as anti-trust, intellectual property, bankruptcy, labor and employment, and securities regulations.
Students who plan to focus on intellectual property outside the health care field choose electives reflecting their interests and chosen areas of practice.
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