Legal Scholarship

The Legal Scholarship series is a section of the University of New Hampshire Scholars' Repository. A service of the law library, it is designed to preserve, promote and disseminate the scholarship and activities of law school faculty in accordance with UNH’s commitment to open access.

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Submissions from 2017

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Does the Constitution Allow President to Ban Muslims?, John M. Greabe

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Do Foreign Nationals Really Have Constitutional Rights?, John M. Greabe

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Domicile, Student Voters and the Constitution, John M. Greabe

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Emerging Constitutional Conflicts and the Role of Courts, John M. Greabe

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Marijuana Regulation and Federalism, John M. Greabe

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Opinion: The Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act: What Parity Means For New Hampshire, Lucy C. Hodder

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Pursuing Transparency through Science Courts, Thomas G. Field Jr.

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Review of: Pierre Clastres, Chronicle of the Guayaki Indians (Paul Auster, Translator), Sophie Sparrow

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Textualism and Originalism in Constitutional Interpretation, John M. Greabe

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The Extraordinary Judicial Rebukes of Trump's Travel Ban, John M. Greabe

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The Tension Between Equal Protection and Religious Freedom, John M. Greabe

Submissions from 2016

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Amid National Legal Ed Slump, UNH Law Rises, Kristen Senz

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A New Frontier in Campaign Finance Regulation, John M. Greabe

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Book Review, Juanita V. Field and Thomas G. Field Jr.

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Book Review, Thomas G. Field Jr.

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Book Review, Thomas G. Field Jr.

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Book Review, Thomas G. Field Jr.

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Book Review, Mitchell M. Simon

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Book Review, Mitchell M. Simon

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Book Review of Jeffrey W. Vincoli, Risk Management for Hazardous Chemicals (1996) and Andre R. Cooper, Sr., Cooper's Toxic Exposures Desk Reference (1997), Thomas G. Field Jr.

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Book Reviews, Thomas G. Field Jr.

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Daubert's Significance, Thomas G. Field Jr. and Colleen M. Keegan

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Difficult Questions for the Senate Minority, John M. Greabe

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Health Law: Who Controls Health Cost Data?, Lucy Hodder

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[Introduction] The Science Court Is Dead - Long Live the Science Court, Thomas G. Field