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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.
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.
Hodder, L. C., & Greabe, J. M. (2014). Brief Amicus Curiae of the Honorable Margaret W. Hassan Governor of the State of New Hampshire in Support of the Plaintiffs/Cross-Appellants, Duncan v. State of New Hampshire, 2013-0455 (2014). In Legal Scholarship. [Amicus Curiae Brief]. USA. Retrieved from http://scholars.unh.edu/law_facpub/298
Greabe, J. M. (2012). Foreword: Constitutional Constraints State Health Care & Privacy Regulation after Sorrell v. IMS Health. Vermont Law Review, 36, 809-815. Retrieved from http://scholars.unh.edu/law_facpub/70
Richey, S., & Greabe, J. M. (2012). Stolen Valor & the First Amendment: Does Trademark Infringement Law Leave Congress an Opening?. New England Law Review, 47, 293-313. Retrieved from http://scholars.unh.edu/law_facpub/117
Greabe, J. M. (2012). Objecting at the Altar: Why the Herring Good Faith Principle and the Harlow Qualified Immunity Doctrine Should Not Be Married. Columbia Law Review Sidebar, 112, 1-15. Retrieved from http://www.columbialawreview.org/
Richey, S. M., Greabe, J. M., Harrison, K. M., & Hawley, J. J. (2011). Brief of the Intellectual Property Amicus Brief Clinic of the University of New Hampshire School of Law as Amicus Curiae in Support of Neither Party. [Amicus Curiae Brief]. United States. Retrieved from http://scholars.unh.edu/law_facpub/292