Case Western Reserve University School of Law offers the following advanced degrees in health law:
- Doctor of Juridical Science (SJD) in Health Law degree. This is the most advanced law degree in the health field.
- Three categories of Master of Law programs, which can be completed full-time in nine months or part-time in up to four years and can be combined with another graduate degree as part of a dual-degree program. These include 1) an LLM degree specializing in Health Law; 2) a Master of Law degree specializing in Health Law; and 3) Master of Compliance and Risk Management with a specialty in health care. The Master of Law degree is designed for U.S. or foreign-trained undergraduate or graduate students who do not have an initial law degree and are seeking U.S. legal training but not a full JD at this time.
- Certificate in Compliance and Risk Management with a Specialty in Health Care. The Certificate in Compliance and Risk Management with a Specialty in Health Care is designed for working professionals interested in jobs in the field of regulatory compliance and risk management who want to specialize in health care but do not wish to pursue a full master degree in the area.