McGeorge School of Law

Elder and Health Concentration Requirements & Curriculum

Students must complete the core and elective courses designated below. Membership and participation in the McGeorge Health Law Association is encouraged. With prior written approval, the Certificate of Concentration Director may vary the requirements of this program in individual cases for good cause or depending on offerings in any year.

The Certificate of Concentration requires a minimum of 13 units.

Core Courses (complete two) Units
Administrative Law 3
Elder Law & Social Policy 3
Health Law 3
Experiential Course (complete one) Units
Elder & Health Law Clinic (included Homeless Advocacy Project) 3
Relevant Externship (approved by director) 3
Elective Courses (complete five units) Units
Bioethics: Life & Death 1
Estate & Gift Tax/Estate Planning 3
Mediation 3
Mental Health — Policy and Law 2
Negotiations & Settlements 2 or 3
Online Dispute Resolution 1
Reproductive Rights and Justice 1 or 2
Wills & Trusts 3
Additional Clinic or Externship 3
Questions?

Contact Professor Melissa Brown, Director of the Elder and Health Certificate of Concentration
Email | 916.739.7378