Professor of Law
Director of JD Legal Writing
Professor Vorenberg worked for six years as an Assistant District Attorney in New York City. After moving to New Hampshire, she worked as an Assistant Attorney General for three years before coming to Pierce Law where she started the Criminal Practice Clinic.
She left the Clinic in 1997, and the next year began teaching part-time in the Legal Skills Program. She is the Assistant Chairperson of the New Hampshire Adult Parole Board.
“The University of New Hampshire School of Law is a great place to teach. The students have truly diverse backgrounds and experiences. The atmosphere is warm and supportive, and the faculty and staff are dedicated and fun.”
A Guide to Teaching Legal Writing, (working title) Aspen Publishers (forthcoming Winter 2012)
Article: Indecent Exposure: Do Warrantless Searches of Cell Phones Violate the Fourth Amendment? Berkeley J. Crim. L. (Spring 2012)
Essay: The Moral of the Story: The Power of Narrative to Inspire and Sustain Scholarship (8 J. ALWD 258 (Fall 2011)
Presenter: Campus Sexual Assault: Breaking through Barriers to Reporting and Prosecuting, Ending Domestic & Sexual Violence: Innovations in Practice & Research Conference, November 2011, Portsmouth, NH
Presenter: (Upcoming) Diminishing Privacy Rights in School and at Home, NH Civil Liberties Union Conference on Our Diminishing Rights to Privacy, April, 2012, NH School of Law, Concord, NH
Presenter: (Upcoming) “Wind Sprints”: A Short Exercise that Improves Oral Advocacy Skills in the First Semester, May 2012, Legal Writing Institute Biennial Conference, Desert Springs, CA