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Broderick to Join Greabe at Rudman Center

Broderick to Join Greabe at Rudman Center

On June 30, John T. Broderick, Jr. will move to the Rudman Center to serve as its executive director.  Broderick also will hold the inaugural Warren B. Rudman Chair.  In those capacities, Broderick will fundraise and organize Rudman Public Forum Series events. 

John M. Greabe, Professor of Law and Faculty Chair of the Rudman Center, will continue to lead the Center’s academic programming efforts and will focus on curricular tracks and scholarly conferences designed to provide law students with important exposure to justice, leadership, and public policy training. These initiatives include the refinement of the Rudman and Dole Fellows programs, the design of curricular tracks and experiential opportunities for students interested public interest lawyering careers, and events designed for the academic community. Professor Greabe will continue to teach first year courses in Civil Procedure and Constitutional Law.

Broderick will spearhead The Rudman Public Forum Series – a series that will bring speakers of national prominence to Concord to address public policy issues of general interest. 

Upcoming Rudman Public Forum events include a luncheon with former U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, a conference exploring the role of the presidential chief of staff featuring three former chiefs of staff (co-hosted by Dartmouth’s Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and UNH’s Carsey School of Public Policy, and sponsored by the Bank of America), another installment of the ongoing Justice & Journalism series (in partnership with New Hampshire Public Radio), and a Constitutionally Speaking symposium titled “Money, Democracy & the Constitution” (sponsored by the Peter B. Peterson Foundation).

For more information regarding The Warren B. Rudman Center for Justice, Leadership and Public Policy’s academic and public programs visit:

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