Michael McCann

The Legal Impact: Professor McCann Speaks to the US Senate

Thursday, June 17, 2021
Professor Michael McCann describes his experience testifying before the US Senate on NCAA college athlete name, image, and likeness rights. He also outlines his reasoning for federal law to be the best course of action. Read More
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Join Us for the 2021 William W. Treat Lecture Series Sponsored by the Rudman Center and the New Hampshire Institute for Civics Education

Wednesday, June 16, 2021
Do you feel you matter in your community? Do you know and help your neighbors? Do they know and help you? Read More
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The Legal Impact: Anom - A Global Police Sting

Thursday, June 10, 2021
Communications using the encrypted messaging app Anom led to the arrest of at least 800 individuals worldwide, Professor Buzz Scherr breaks down the operation and privacy concerns around this sting. 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
Michael McCann

The Legal Impact: MLB All-Star Game Lawsuit

Thursday, June 3, 2021
Professor Michael McCann dives into a billion-dollar lawsuit centered around the MLB All Star game venue change, protesting Georgia voting laws. Read More
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Fresh Faces at UNH Franklin Pierce: Nicole Lavacchia, Experiential Learning Assistant

Friday, May 28, 2021
Nicole Lavacchia joined the staff at UNH Franklin Pierce earlier this spring, looking for a permanent home after gaining experience at a few short-term career stops. Read More
Richard Wilder, JD '84 giving the 2021 commencement address

The Legal Impact: CEPI Response to the Pandemic

Thursday, May 27, 2021
Richard Wilder, JD '84, General Counsel and Director of Business Development at CEPI, gave the 2021 commencement address discussing the hurdles of worldwide vaccine creation and distribution, especially how CEPI coordinated with groups like the World Health Organization to accelerate the development of COVID-19 vaccines. Today’s podcast is a selection from that presentation. Read More
Christopher Mignanelli

Five Questions with Daniel Webster Scholar Christopher Mignanelli, JD ’21

Friday, May 21, 2021
The morning of Friday, May 21 is the bar admission swearing-in ceremony for the scholars of the Daniel Webster Scholar (DWS) Honors Program, a first-of-its-kind program in the country allowing students to graduate without the need to take the traditional bar exam. We recently sat down with Christopher Mignanelli, J.D. ’21 and Daniel Webster Scholar, to discuss his experience with the program. Read More
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Warrantless Home Gun Confiscation

Thursday, May 20, 2021
Professor Buzz Scherr discusses how the US Supreme Court ruled that a warrantless home gun confiscation was unconstitutional, diving into the fourth amendment and red flag law implications. Read More

Celebrated UNH Franklin Pierce Attorney Presents at FBINAA

Friday, May 14, 2021
Robert E. McDaniel discusses international crimes in small towns and cities Read More