UNH Law Mourns the Passing of Former Professor Keith Harrison

It is with tremendous sadness that UNH Law shares the news that former professor Keith Harrison passed away Aug. 15, 2018. The UNH Law community offers its sincere condolences to the entire Harrison family.

Harrison joined UNH Law in 2001 and held several roles during his time at the school, including Vice Dean and Founding Chair of the Programs in International Criminal Law and Justice.

UNH Law Ranks No. 5 in the U.S. for jobs on the open market among 2017 JD graduates

The University of New Hampshire School of Law ranked No. 1 among the 14 law schools in New England for employment on the open market (excluding law-school-funded jobs) – and No. 5 in the entire United States – with 95 percent of the 2017 JD class employed within 10 months of graduation, the ABA’s deadline for reporting.

UNH Law was also No. 2 in New England in graduates employed in bar-passage-required jobs at 85.2 percent, while 91.8 percent obtained jobs that required either bar passage or a law degree. None of UNH Law’s positions were funded by the law school.