UNH Law Faculty News - October 2012
The Dean, Mary Wong, and Karen Borgstrom visit alumni in China, South Korea, Japan, and Taiwan.
The Dean has made numerous appearances in the NH press to argue against the passage of the proposed constitutional amendment giving the legislature greater control over the judiciary. He can be found in the Concord Monitor, the Union Leader, the Nashua Telegraph, and the Keene Sentinel. He also debated the issue on NHPR's The Exchange.
The Dean is appearing during a plenary session at the 8th John A. Speziale Alternative Dispute Resolution Symposium hosted by Quinnipiac School of Law. He also appeared on a judicial panel at the 2012 SALT Teaching Conference on teaching Social Justice at Maryland Law.
Mary Wong attended the ICANN Toronto meeting where she began her role on the policy development council for country-specific domain names.
Chuck Temple discussed the implications of New Hampshire's new "jury nullification" law on the Arnie Arnesen Show.
Visiting Professor Michael McCann has posted two new columns at SI.com most recently examining the sentencing of Jerry Sandusky.
Buzz Scherr and the NHCLU voter rights app were profiled on WCAX-TV in Vermont. He also weighed in on the dispute between Exeter Hospital and the state concerning patient records in the hepatitis C investigation and appeared in the Nashua Telegraph discussing the change of venue request before the NH Supreme Court in the Gribble case.
Amy Vorenberg, Erin Corcoran, and Risa Evans were also at the SALT conference appearing together on a panel on "Legal Research and Writing for Justice."
Kimberly Kirkland attended a symposium at Drexel Law on Building Global Professionalism and Emerging Trends in International and Transnational Legal Education.
John Hutson, dean emeritus, just returned from representing Human Rights First in Bahrain.