Stan Kowalski

Five Questions with Professor Stanley Kowalski: The Enduring “Golden Rice” Case Study

Friday, January 14, 2022
Forging connections between intellectual property, global health, food security, and biotechnology. Read More
Ronelle Tshiela

1L Ronelle Tshiela Named to NH Business Review List of Top 200 Leaders in the Granite State

Friday, January 7, 2022
Ronelle Tshiela, a 2024 JD candidate at UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law, was named to NH Business Review’s biennial list of the most influential business leaders in the state for 2021. Read More
Cover of the first edition of the Powerhouse Press featuring Wayne Presby, JD '82

The inaugural Powerhouse Press, the alumni magazine for our law school

Wednesday, December 22, 2021
You’ve asked for it, and it’s here.  UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law is thrilled to send you this inaugural Powerhouse Press, the alumni magazine for our law school.  You’ll see profiles of graduates, lots of news, and current plans for events. Read More
Navy Ship with US Flag

“The Very First Step”: Three UNH Franklin Pierce Students Are Accepted into the Navy JAG Corps’ Student Program

Friday, December 17, 2021
As a member of the U.S. Navy since May 2012, James Rego (2L hybrid) was thrilled to find a way to attend law school while fulfilling his active-duty obligations. He was able to combine the best of both worlds when he discovered the Hybrid JD program at UNH Franklin Pierce. Read More
Front sign of the law school with fall greenery

Professor Michael Wood and His Two-Decade Career at UNH Franklin Pierce

Friday, December 10, 2021
“I have enjoyed the teaching experience immensely,” says Wood, who recently announced his retirement from UNH Franklin Pierce. “I loved the student enthusiasm and curiosity. No one likes grading papers or exams, but when I see that a class I taught understands what I am trying to teach them, it’s rewarding.” Read More
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3L Kavyasri “Kavya” Nagumotu Wins Second Prize in the Boston Patent Law Association’s Annual Writing Competition

Friday, December 3, 2021
The concept of fake news has worked its way into the American lexicon over the last several years. Knowing which sources to trust is one thing, while understanding the legal ramifications of spreading false information is another. Read More
Large class in classroom

UNH Franklin Pierce Professor Albert “Buzz” Scherr Finds Life as an Educator “Invaluable” in Winning Election to Portsmouth Police Commission

Friday, November 19, 2021
While pounding the pavement in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, during his recent campaign, UNH Franklin Pierce Professor Albert “Buzz” Scherr quickly discovered that his teaching experience was a useful communication tool. Read More
Front sign of the law school with fall greenery

Active-Duty and Law School: How James Rego, JD ’23 Balances It All

Friday, November 12, 2021
James Rego, JD ’23 knew he wanted to attend law school but couldn’t see how he could do it in addition to fulfilling his active-duty obligations as a Navy diver. That is, until he learned about UNH Franklin Pierce’s Hybrid JD program. Read More
A full house in room 274 while Thomas Barnico presents

State and Federal Attorneys General: Differing Degrees of Independence

Tuesday, November 9, 2021
Thomas A. Barnico, Esq., adjunct professor at Boston College Law School and longtime Massachusetts assistant attorney general, visited on November 4 to address students and an online audience on the differences between state and federal attorneys general. Sponsored by the Warren B. Rudman Center for Justice, Leadership & Public Service, the lecture was part of the Alison Curelop Series in Ethics, Professionalism & Civility. Read More
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Making the Most of Your LL.M. Experience

Friday, November 5, 2021
UNH Franklin Pierce hosted an information packed webinar on making the most of your LL.M. degree, featuring an alum and current students. Wach the webinar and read about the unique, hands-on experience you receive at our school. Read More