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Professor Michael McCann talks about his recent Sportico articles; including the latest in EA and NIL, Commander's trademark dispute, and Jackie Robin... Learn More
The federal public health emergency (PHE), related to COVID-19, expired on May 11, 2023.
The UNH Institute for Health Policy & Practice and UNH Franklin Pierce Health Law & Policy Program share this important analysis of the end of the fed... Learn More
Graduates Honored at Law School's 48th Commencement
A record crowd of over 1,200 family members and friends filled every available seat to celebrate UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law’s 48th Commencement... Learn More
NPR correspondent Sarah McCammon, who covers political, social, and cultural divides in America and the intersection of politics and religion, discuss... Learn More
Professor Lucy Hodder discusses the end of continuous Medicaid enrollment from the COVID-19 public health emergency and the impact of hospital mergers... Learn More
As a Rudman Summer Fellow, Jacob Watts, 3L, from Massachusetts, worked at the New Hampshire Public Defender’s office, a long-time goal of his. Advoca... Learn More
Professor John Greabe discusses the Supreme Court of the United States' code of ethics and the messy impact of politics and personal relationships. Learn More
UNH Franklin Pierce is thrilled to release our spring 2023 edition of Powerhouse Press, the alumni magazine for our law school. You'll see profiles o... Learn More
Former federal judge Norman H. Stahl, who died last month, worked as a judge until he was 90 and was a Rudman Center Advisory Board member and mentor ... Learn More
This fall, Karol will join the faculty of UNH Franklin Pierce as professor of law and faculty director of the Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual ... Learn More