UNH School of Law Announces Additional Finalist in Dean Search
The University of New Hampshire School of Law Dean Search Committee has announced that a fourth dean candidate finalist will be coming to campus for meetings with students, faculty, staff, and trustees. Nicolas P. Terry, from Saint Louis University School of Law, will visit Concord on Monday, November 1, and Durham the following day.
Currently the Chester A. Myers Professor of Law at Saint Louis University School of Law, Professor Terry has been a legal educator in England, the United States, and Australia. From 2008-2010, he served as the Senior Associate Dean at Saint Louis University School of Law, and was responsible for broad internal management of the School of Law relating to academic and scholarly aspects, including direct oversight of Academic Affairs, Student Services, Career Services, and Communications and Marketing.
He was one of the founding members of the Saint Louis University Center for Health Law Studies and, from 2000-2008, served as Co-Director of the Center, which the US News & World Report consistently has ranked as the number one Health Law program in the country. Terry received his Bachelor of Arts (Honors) in Law from Kingston University, London, and his Master of Laws from the University of Cambridge.
He follows upon the visits of three other finalists: John T. Broderick, Jr., Chief Justice of the New Hampshire Supreme Court, James A. Lupo, associate dean for Academic Affairs: Curriculum at Northwestern University School of Law, and Michael A. Lawrence, associate dean for Graduate, International & Interdisciplinary Programs at Michigan State University College of Law.