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Lunch With The Dean Series Gives Students A Front Seat With Policymakers

Lunch With The Dean Series Gives Students A Front Seat With Policymakers

UNH Law’s second annual Lunch With The Dean Series offers students an opportunity to attend intimate gatherings with key figures in the state’s legal community, as well as top policymakers.

Each lunch will feature Dean John Broderick and a special guest, with student seating limited to just 25, to give those in attendance an opportunity to engage.

The first lunch, held September 8, featured Chief Judge Steven McAuliffeof the United States District Court for the District of New Hampshire. In the coming weeks, guests will include New Hampshire Governor John Lynch; Professor Lawrence Friedman of New England Law, Boston; New Hampshire Legal Assistance Director John Tobin; and Judge Landya McCafferty, a federal magistrate judge for the District of New Hampshire; and Nashua District Court Judge Thomas E. Bamberger JD '81. More guests will be announced in October.

“This lunch series is a great opportunity for UNH Law students to learn firsthand from some of the most experienced lawyers, judges, and policymakers around,” said Dean Broderick. “It allows students to discuss the key cases, decisions, and career choices that have shaped the lives of these leaders.”

Seating is first come, first served, and students will receive an email notification prior to each event. For more information, contact Mary Sheffer at, or 513-5175.

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