University of New Hampshire

School of Law

Keith M. Harrison

Professor of Law

Professor Harrison began his career as a judge advocate in the U.S. Coast Guard. He left the Coast Guard to accept a position as a Clinical Teaching Fellow at the Antioch School of Law. He has taught at Northern Illinois University, Hamline University (the Dispute Resolution Institute), Syracuse University, and the University of Denver.

Professor Harrison teaches and researches in the areas of Criminal Procedure, Criminal Law, Immigration Law, Military Criminal Law, and Race & the Law. On several occasions he has worked with students and submitted amicus curiae briefs to various courts. He is a faculty member of the American Academy of Judicial Education. Professor Harrison is a member of the Leadership New Hampshire class of 2010 (BCE).  He is also a member of the Advisory Council of the Endownment for Health and one of two public members of the Code Committee on Military Justice.

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