No, there is no time limit to completing a Lincoln IP Ala Carte course. Additionally, you will continue to have access to the materials even after completion.

Upon completion of any Lincoln IP Ala Carte course, the student will receive a “record of completion” document which notes the specific course and date of completion.

Lincoln Law IP Ala Carte courses offer the ultimate flexibility in obtaining IP educational materials; there are no deadlines or live interaction components. For those students looking for more, Lincoln offers a monthly IP webinar to prospective and current students to dive deeper into content and the additional opportunities and degree programs that Lincoln offers. To sign up, please email alacarte@lincolnlawschool.edu 

or visit us at www.lincolnlawip.com.


Lincoln Law School offers a variety of legal education degrees and certificate programs. For more information about our JD and other general legal education degree programs, please visit www.lincolnlawschool.edu.


The Lincoln Law Intellectual Property department offers two degrees and one certificate program specializing in Intellectual Property. The Lincoln IP LL.M. (Master of Law) degree is a post-JD program that provides students with a one-year intensive specialization in IP law. The Lincoln IP M.L.S. (Master of Legal Studies) degree is a two-year, graduate-level program that provides both a general legal foundation and a specialization in IP law. The Lincoln IP Certificate program is a one-year IP program open to anyone interested in intellectual property. All IP degree/certificate programs are online and include weekly live lectures and quality interaction with professors who are also working attorneys. For more information, please visit www.lincolnlawip.com.


Please note that the Lincoln IP Ala Carte courses are for educational purposes only and do not accrue towards any degree or certificate program.