• UNH Law Alumni Winter Party 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM
    January 25th, 2019
    5:30 PM to 8:00 PM - UNH Law School: Generously sponsored by Grossman, Tucker, Perreault & Pfleger, PLLC Join the deans, faculty and staff during the Black Ice Hockey Tournament and Festival in the park. Come warm up with us! We'll have complimentary food and a cash bar. Families invited. Our parking lot will be reserved for alumni on Friday evening.The event will be held in the Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property. Campus Map:
  • Lights, Camera, Civics! 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM
    January 27th, 2019
    11:00 AM to 3:00 PM - UNH Law School: *Lights, Camera, Civics! *hopes to be a catalyst for such conversations*.RSVP: Not only is there division in our country and state over a multitude of issues, within our own communities there is a lack of connection among people of different ages and viewpoints. In our schools, civics education – which requires consideration of multiple perspectives and individual and group reflection - has taken a back seat to standardized testing and STEM subjects and skills.The New Hampshire Humanities has awarded a Community Project Grant to the NH Institute for Civics Education for film screenings in all ten NH counties to start multigenerational conversations about law, justice, and civics. Through *Lights, Camera, Civics, *one film will be offered each year, chosen to appeal to a range of ages and demographics. Local teams made up of a lawyer, a teacher, and a high school student will lead these community discussions.The film selected for 2019 is *To Kill A Mockingbird*. The kick-off event will take place on Sunday, January 27, 2019 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Warren B. Rudman Center for Justice, Leadership, and Public Service at UNH School of Law in Concord, NH. A light lunch will be provided.There will be a facilitated conversation after the screening, led by Colby Sawyer College humanities professor and film expert Pat Anderson; Attorney Dina Michael Chaitowitz, former appellate chief of the United State Attorney’s Office in Boston; and Concord High senior Julia Peabody-Harhigh.“Having taught college film classes for decades,” Anderson says, “I can attest to the impact which this powerful art form can have on viewers – how it can serve as a catalyst for meaningful and thought-provoking conversations.”Questions posed to participants might range from “How do we reconcile the differences (at times) between justice, mercy and law? What can we do when we believe a law is unjust?” to “Jim Crow laws codified segregation. What are some examples of Jim Crow in this film? Do we have an integrated society today?”For more information on the January kick-off or how to get involved in this project in your county, contact Martha Madsen, President of New Hampshire Institute for Civics Education, by email at*
  • Admitted Student Day 10:00 AM to 3:30 PM
    March 9th, 2019
    10:00 AM to 3:30 PM - UNH Law School: Learn more about UNH Law, connect with current students and faculty, and discover the many opportunities that await you here. Learn more at
  • Admitted Student Day 10:00 AM to 3:30 PM
    April 6th, 2019
    10:00 AM to 3:30 PM - UNH Law School: Learn more about UNH Law, connect with current students and faculty, and discover the many opportunities that await you here. Learn more about Admitted Student Day at
  • The Second Annual Intellectual Property Scholarship Redux Conference All day event
    April 12th, 2019
    All day event: It’s Redux, Redux!CALL FOR PRESENTATION PROPOSALS AND PAPERS: THE SECOND ANNUAL INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY SCHOLARSHIP REDUX CONFERENCE @ the University of New Hampshire School of Law on Friday, April 12 and Saturday, April 13, 2019. Any intellectual property scholar who has published a significant work of intellectual property law scholarship three or more years ago in a law review is invited to revisit this article at the Intellectual Property Scholarship Redux Conference! Pick a scholarly work you are very proud of, and convince conference participants that you were prescient! Or choose one you wish you’d written differently, and explain to conference participants where you went wrong. Did your piece get cited a lot? Were those citations positive? What response did the article get from law professor colleagues, and why? Have circumstances changed since your original publication that alters the way you analyze the problem? Did a judge “borrow” your analysis? We think this will be a really interesting conference. Last year’s Redux Conference certainly was! Help us make this year’s iteration even better. We also invite you to submit a related short essay (10,000 words maximum) for publication consideration by IDEA: The Journal of the Franklin Pierce Center For Intellectual Property. We will need an edit-ready draft by June 15, 2019. Preference will be given to presentation proposals that include a related essay, which gives participating legal scholars a great opportunity to cite themselves repeatedly without shame! The deadline for submitting Presentation Proposals is January 16, 2019. Selected Proposals will be announced shortly thereafter. All proposals to present (and any questions you have) should be emailed to and copied to Reimbursement of reasonable travel and lodging expenses is available for intellectual property law scholars whose presentation proposals are accepted. And we always have great food at our conferences! We look forward to welcoming you to the University of New Hampshire School of Law in beautiful Concord, New Hampshire in April!
  • Pre-INTA Back to School Reunion All day event
    May 17th, 2019
    All day event: Mark your calendars, book your flights, and join us on campus in Concord Friday, May 17 on campus for a pre-INTA Reunion.* Registration will open February 1! * Transportation from Boston will be provided. Immediate Questions? Please contact Kate Levesque
  • Commencement 2:30 PM to 5:00 PM
    May 18th, 2019
    2:30 PM to 5:00 PM - White Park, Concord, NH