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Generous grant to fund two Rudman Center summer fellowships

Tuesday, March 31, 2020
UNH Law’s Warren B. Rudman Center Receives $8K Grant from the New Hampshire Bar Foundation Read More
Michael McCann

COVID19 and the Professional Sports Shutdown

Thursday, March 26, 2020
Coronavirus is doing a number to professional sports leagues, Professor Michael McCann catches us up on the legal impact of a mass athletics shut down. Read More
John Greabe

Abortion and the Constitution

Thursday, March 19, 2020
Is the right to abortion still specially protected by the Constitution? Professor John Greabe discusses fundamental rights, privacy, case history, and the impact of the court's political make up. Read More
Mock Interview Round Robin

UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law Excels in US News & World Report Rankings

Tuesday, March 17, 2020
The law school takes the 5th spot for intellectual law programs, ranking in the top 10 for nearly 30 years. Read More
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War Crimes in Afghanistan

Thursday, March 12, 2020
Investigations into whether war crimes were committed during the war in Afghanistan have been approved by the International Criminal Court. Professor Buzz Scherr discusses the role of the court and how the investigation will look into actions by US, Afghan, and the Taliban forces. Read More
Democracy Brewing

Alumni Reception at Democracy Brewing

Friday, March 6, 2020
Alumni, current students, and prospective students mingled at a new brewery in downtown Boston, Democracy Brewing, on February 5th. Current and prospective students spoke with alums on their paths to success and also met with Dean Megan Carpenter, Interim Dean of Admissions Grant Keener, as well as Professor Emeritus Ellen Musinsky. Dean Carpenter gave a presentation on the school’s latest, most innovative degree, the Hybrid JD in Intellectual Property, Technology, and Information Law. The program allows students to stay in their homes and jobs while pursing the legal career they’ve... Read More
Ryan Vacca

Full-Bench Decisions on Patent Cases at the Federal Circuit

Thursday, March 5, 2020
The Federal Circuit is being urged to hear more patent cases en banc. Professor Ryan Vacca discusses the importance of full-bench decisions. Read More
Professor Lucy Hodder

State Response to Outbreaks

Thursday, February 27, 2020
With the worldwide spreading of the coronavirus, Professor Lucy Hodder discusses the response the US federal government and states can take to contain disease outbreaks, especially using emergency response powers. Read More
2019 Graduating Class

UNH Franklin Pierce Grads Crush the Bar Exam in 2019

Wednesday, February 26, 2020
In 2019, 87.09% of first-time bar exam takers from UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law passed the bar across 12 jurisdictions on their first try.   Read More
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IDEA Volume 60 Blog

Friday, February 21, 2020
In this blog, we want to showcase our Associate Editors’ notes. We encourage all of you to attend the annual Student Note Symposium in April 2020. At this event, you can hear a short presentation from each Associate Editor and talk with them about their research and the nuances of each area. You can also learn about IDEA and the UNH Law Review. Thank you and enjoy! Read More