Large class in classroom

The Legal Impact: War Crimes and the Ukraine Conflict

Thursday, December 1, 2022
Professor Buzz Scherr discusses the war in Ukraine and the latest around investigation and prosecution of war crimes committed by Russia. Read More
Lynne Parker

UNH Franklin Pierce Alumni Spotlight: Lynne Parker, JD ’88

Thursday, December 1, 2022
As she was nearing her college graduation, Lynne Parker, JD ’88  knew she wanted to enter the Peace Corps. Her experience through volunteering to help women in Guatemala start small businesses piqued further interest in what has turned into a decades-long legal career spent serving others. Read More
Stan Kowalski

Strategic Action Plan for Innovation-Driven Development in Sri Lanka: A Blueprint for the Future

Friday, November 18, 2022
Professor Stanley Kowalski and his group of six students will work together to research the situation in Sri Lanka to formulate a “Strategic Action Plan for Innovation- Driven Development in Sri Lanka: A Blueprint for the Future” under our International Technology Transfer Institute Clinic (ITTI). Read More
John Orcutt

The Legal Impact: SEC v LBRY

Thursday, November 17, 2022
Professor John Orcutt discusses the ruling in SEC v. LBRY, the impact of “the Howey Test," and the complex situation of blockchain and securities. Read More
Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property

3L Sarah McMullin Reflects on Life as a Military Spouse and Pursuing a JD Degree

Thursday, November 10, 2022
As a mother of five and a military spouse for nearly two decades, Sarah McMullin, JD Candidate ’23, was looking for an opportunity to pursue a law degree that would be compatible with the uncertainty of relocation that comes with being stationed in the U.S. Army. Read More
Graduate students in the Wood Boardroom

The Best Advice from LLM and Master’s Students

Monday, November 7, 2022
From being patient to getting involved in community life beyond the classroom to asking questions, recent UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law LLM and master degree graduates have much wisdom to impart to their student successors.  Read More
Michael McCann

The Legal Impact: SFA, ‘Slavery Loophole’, NIL

Thursday, November 3, 2022
Professor Michael McCann discusses his recent Sportico articles covering the SCOTUS Students For Fair Admission case, NCAA debate around the ‘Slavery Loophole’, and NCAA NIL changes. Read More
UNH Sports Law Review

Call for Papers: UNH Sports Law Review Vol. 2

Tuesday, November 1, 2022
The UNH Sports Law Review is calling for article submissions for its second issue. There will be a second call for articles made on 2/2/23, and the final day to submit articles will be on 2/28/23. Read More
Laura Knoy speaking to Maggie Goodlander in room 282

Laura Knoy to Join Rudman Center Will Serve as Community Engagement Director

Friday, October 28, 2022
The Warren B. Rudman Center for Justice, Leadership & Public Service is very pleased to announce Laura Knoy as its new Community Engagement Director. Read More
Ryan Vacca

The Legal Impact: Breaking the Vicious Cycle Fragmenting National Law

Thursday, October 27, 2022
Professor Ryan Vacca discusses his co-authored article "Breaking the Vicious Cycle Fragmenting National Law" that discusses how fragmenting developed and a possible solution. Read More