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The Legal Impact: UNH Sports Law Review

Wednesday, February 23, 2022
3L Dylan Harriger, Founding Editor-in-Chief for the UNH Sports Law Review, discusses the role of law journals, the breadth of subjects covered under sports law, and his plans for this new law review. Read More
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UNH Sports Law Review Journal Launches Inaugural Issue

Friday, February 18, 2022
As a 2L, Dylan Harriger, J.D. Candidate ’22, co-founded the Student Sports Law Network with fellow law students from Florida State, Loyola, and the University of Florida. Now, as a 3L, Harriger is at it again. This time, he’s about to launch the inaugural issue of the UNH Sports Law Review. Read More
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2Ls Zosia Busé and Coda Campbell Appointed Fellows to Legal Education Police Practices Consortium (LEPPC)

Friday, February 11, 2022
2Ls Zosia Busé and Coda Campbell were selected to help the LEPPC, a criminal justice arm of the American Bar Association, “examine and address legal issues in policing and public safety, including conduct, oversight, and the evolving nature of police work.” Both Busé and Campbell will conduct their fellowships with the Portsmouth, New Hampshire Police Department. Read More
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Megan Carpenter Reappointed as Dean of UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law After Record-Breaking First Term

Monday, February 7, 2022
Law school has increased enrollment, diversity, alumni giving, and class strength. Read More
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Professor John Greabe Supports Repeal of “Divisive-Concepts” Law in Editorial

Friday, February 4, 2022
In an editorial published by the New Hampshire Bulletin on January 20 and the New Hampshire Union Leader on January 25, UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law Professor John Greabe wrote about the controversial “divisive-concepts” law enacted in 2021 by the N.H. State Legislature. Greabe also recently testified in support of the law’s repeal. Read More
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How to Market Yourself (and Your LLM) to Land Your Dream Job

Friday, January 28, 2022
“At a glance,” says Neil Sirota, assistant dean of career services at UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law, “many résumés look the same.” That truth is one of the reasons Sirota is teaming up with Director of Graduate and International Admissions Sarah Dorner for a webinar that offers advice and guidance to prospective LLM students looking to differentiate themselves from the rest of the pack. Read More
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Call for Papers: Current Issues in Collegiate Athletics

Tuesday, January 25, 2022
The UNH Sports Law Review is a new student-run publication focusing on pressing issues within the realm of sports law. The purpose of the Sports Law Review is to allow students who are interested in sports law to work with scholars across the world and develop their research and writing skills. Further, the Sports Law Review will host an annual symposium in conjunction with the yearly publication. The symposium will be an excellent opportunity for the UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law community to learn more about sports law. Read More
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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
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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
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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