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Five Fantastic Offerings at the UNH Franklin Pierce Library to Take Advantage of This Year

Friday, September 10, 2021
What do you think of when you think of a school library? As an undergrad, it might have had certain unwelcome associations—all-nighter cram sessions before finals or finicky printers that seemed intent on eating your term papers (half-hour before they were due). Read More
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How to Choose an LLM

Friday, September 3, 2021
Among the primary considerations when selecting a program are cost, location, size, and specialties offered. Is the program affordable? Do you prefer a rural or urban setting? Do you want to be near hiking and the ocean or shopping and restaurants? All of the above? Class size can also be an important consideration. Read More
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Orientation 2021

Friday, August 27, 2021
The two-day welcoming event took place from Aug. 17 to 18 to help new students familiarize themselves with their surroundings and one another. The energy continued as in-person classes began on Aug. 23. Read More
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COVID Comms and Updates - Returning to Campus

Thursday, August 12, 2021
The halls of our law school are a flurry of excitement as faculty and staff prepare to greet new and returning students next week for our upcoming orientation, immersion program, and beginning of classes for the fall semester.  I am eager to welcome everyone back to our beautiful campus in Concord. We have missed you! Read More
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UNH Franklin Pierce Debuts Library Guide on Race and Intellectual Property

Friday, August 6, 2021
New guide supports students addressing issues on diversity, equity, and inclusion. Read More
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The Legal Impact: Summer SCOTUS Wrap-UP, Part 2

Thursday, July 29, 2021
Part two of three from our Summer United States Supreme Court Wrap-Up live stream that took place on July 20th, presented by this podcast and The Warren B. Rudman Center for Justice Leadership & Public Service.  Read More
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Rudman Reads: What to Read This Summer

Friday, July 23, 2021
If you know the Warren B. Rudman Center, well then, you know its fearless leader, John Greabe, Rudman Center Director, and his able assistant, Lisa Gilson Clancy, Rudman Center Coordinator. Since it’s summer (and in hopes of gaining some of their wisdom), we wondered what these two civically minded folks were reading. Read More
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A Flexible Opportunity

Friday, July 16, 2021
The International Criminal Law & Justice Program at UNH Franklin Pierce offers the only online master’s or LL.M. degree that focuses on transnational crime. Read More
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Uniquely Prepared

Monday, July 12, 2021
Career Services at UNH Franklin Pierce is devoted to helping students find jobs and excel in the workforce. Read More
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UNH Law Review Call for Papers: The War on Drugs 50 Years Later

Wednesday, June 9, 2021
CALL FOR PAPERS IS CLOSED! This Symposium will consider a broad range of papers that address state and/or federal drug-related legislation, policy implications and reformation, the opioid crisis, marijuana and cannabinoids, health treatment services, Medicaid and the Affordable Care Act, and many others. Read More