The University of New Hampshire School of Law’s Daniel Webster Scholars Honors and Legal Residency programs were featured in a recent New York Times story. Read it here.
Courtney Q. Brooks, Associate Professor, Director of Legal Residencies and John Burwell Garvey, Professor of Law, Director, Daniel Webster Scholar Honors Program
The University of New Hampshire School of Law is again ranked among the top 100 law schools in an annual survey by U.S. News and World Report. Additionally, for the 24th year in a row, UNH Law is a top-10 school for the study of intellectual property law.
Over the past three years, the law school overall has moved up 55 spots to 87 on the national list – an unprecedented rise among law schools. UNH Law Interim Dean Jordan Budd …
Vice President Joe Biden received the second Warren B. Rudman Center Award for Distinguished Public Service on February 25, 2015, when he visited the University of New Hampshire School of Law.
Vice President Joe Biden visited the University of New Hampshire School of Law Wednesday, and received the Warren B. Rudman Center Award for Distinguished Public Service. His visit was part of a daylong swing through the Granite State.
Lisa MacFarlane, provost and vice president for academic affairs, welcomes more than 130 …
In recent years, legal employers and members of the profession have called on law schools to educate lawyers who are better prepared to practice law and the University of New Hampshire School of Law listened. Now, the school educates law students who are outperforming their colleagues in the field who have been licensed to practice law for up to two years, according to a study conducted by the Educating Tomorrow’s Lawyers Initiative of IAALS, the Institute for the Advancement of …
The University of New Hampshire is launching a new health law and policy program along with the appointment of Lucy Hodder, legal counsel to the governor and accomplished attorney in the field of health law. Hodder will join UNH next month as professor of law and director of health law and policy programs. The new program is a collaboration between the School of Law and the College of Health and Human Services (CHHS).
Hodder’s new role includes responsibility for developing curriculum …
On October 9, 2014, The Warren B. Rudman Center for Justice, Leadership, and Public Policy at UNH Law provided a rare opportunity for program attendees to learn what its like to serve the country as a Presidential Chief of Staff. Christopher Whipple — a former Emmy Award-winning producer at CBS News 60 Minutes and ABC News PrimeTime — posed important questions about the meaning of executive branch leadership and public policy making to three former Presidential Chiefs of Staff: Kenneth …
On Constitution Day, UNH School of Law was honored to host retired United States Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor who accepted an honorary degree at a luncheon in her honor. In her remarks, the first woman on the Supreme Court, Justice O'Connor talked about the need to enhance civics education in the United States and her own efforts to ensure it.
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On October 22, 2014, the Sports and Entertainment Law Institute, the Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property, the Career Services Office, the Sports and Entertainment Law Society and the Sports Lawyers Association hosted the "Put the Coach on the Line" event at the law school.
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Professor Susan Richey has accepted an appointment as the Deputy Chief Administrative Trademark Judge with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
Professor Richey’s departure is a loss to the UNH Law community, but her service with the USPTO will reflect positively on UNH Law’s IP program, alumni, and students for years to come.
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Looking for more information this election season and wondering where a candidate stands on a particular issue?
Join New Hampshire Public Radio (NHPR) and the UNH School of Law as they present "Rudman Center Conversations with the Candidates." Hosted by Laura Knoy of NHPR’s The Exchange, this series of in-depth discussions will focus on questions and issues relevant to New Hampshire voters.
“It is central to our mission to create a more informed public. We partner with organizations like the Rudman Center …