John M. Greabe

Director, Warren B. Rudman Center; Professor of Law
Educational Background
  • BA, Dartmouth College
  • JD, Harvard Law School
Courses Taught
  • Constitutional Law
  • Civil Procedure
  • Conflict of Laws
General Areas of Interest, Scholarship, Research, & Practice

• Constitutional Law • Federal Courts and Procedure • Civil Rights Litigation


Professor John Greabe has taught full-time at the University of New Hampshire School of Law since 2010, and part-time since 1997.

Professor Greabe’s scholarship focuses on constitutional law, federal courts and procedure, and civil rights litigation.

Before becoming a full-time member of the faculty, Professor Greabe taught at Vermont Law School, had a federal appellate practice, and clerked for a number of federal appeals and trial judges within the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit.

Professor Greabe is admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court; the United States Courts of Appeals for the First, Seventh and Eighth Circuits; and the United States District Courts for the Districts of New Hampshire and Massachusetts.  He also is a member of the bar in New Hampshire and Massachusetts.

Additional Information

Greabe's articles have appeared in a number of law journals, including Constitutional Commentary, the Boston University Law Review, the Notre Dame Law Review, the William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal, the Buffalo Law Review, the Houston Law Review, the Columbia Law Review Sidebar, and the Virginia Law Review Online.

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