NH’s Judiciary Responds to the Opioid Crisis

NH’s Judiciary Responds to the Opioid Crisis

When

When: 
Wednesday, April 18, 2018 - 12:00pm

Where

Where: 
Room 282, Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property (Intersection of Rumford and Washington Streets)

Join us for a discusson and Q&A with New Hampshire Judges

The Honorable Susan B. Carbon, NH Circuit Court

The Honorable Tina Nadeau, Chief Justice, NH Superior Court

The Honorable Jacayln A. Colburn, NH Superior Court

The Warren B. Rudman Center for Justice, Leadership and Public Service and the Health Law and Policy Program at UNH School of Law, in collaboration with the NHBA Health Law Section, will be hosting a panel discussion about how our legal system should be responding to the opioid crisis in New Hampshire. The discussion will share how the drug court works in practice and also how is-sues of addiction have infiltrated the courtroom by virtue of the impact on individuals and families. 

Lunch will be served. RSVP to linda.lugg@law.unh.edu by Friday, April 13 (Space is limited) 

Sponsored by the Allison Curelop Series in Ethics, Professionalism and Civility