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.
Submissions from 2017
Does the Constitution allow President to Ban Muslims?, John M. Greabe
Domicile, Student Voters and the Constitution, John M. Greabe
Emerging Constitutional Conflicts and the Role of Courts, John M. Greabe
Textualism and Originalism in Constitutional Interpretation, John M. Greabe
Submissions from 2016
Amid National Legal Ed Slump, UNH Law Rises, Kristen Senz
A New Frontier in Campaign Finance Regulation, John M. Greabe
Difficult Questions for the Senate Minority, John M. Greabe
Health Law: Who Controls Health Cost Data?, Lucy Hodder
My Turn: 'We the People' and the Garland Nomination, John M. Greabe
Resource Guide for Addiction and Mental Health Care Consumers: Answering Questions about Insurance Coverage and Parity for Addiction and Mental Health Care Services, Lucy C. Hodder, Michele D. Merritt, Margaret H. Schmidt, Jacqueline Botchman, Caitlyn Ebert, Marguerite Corvini, Kate Crary, and Bridget Drake
The Patent Spiral, Roger A. Ford
The Riddle of Harmless Error Revisited, John M. Greabe
Unilateral Invasions of Privacy, Roger A. Ford
Submissions from 2015
Are Trade Secrets Delaying Biosimilars?, W. Nicholson Price II and Arti Rai
Copyright Law and the Commoditization of Sex, Ann Bartow
GMO Propaganda, Stanley P. Kowalski
Golden Rice, Open Innovation and Sustainable Global Food Security, Stanley P. Kowalski
IP Basics: Advice on IP Careers for Those Without Technical Backgrounds, Thomas G. Field Jr.
IP Basics: Advice on IP Careers for Those with Technical Backgrounds, Thomas G. Field Jr.
IP Basics: Avoiding Patent, Trademark and Copyright Problems, Thomas G. Field Jr.
IP Basics: Copyright for Digital Authors, Thomas G. Field Jr.
IP Basics: Copyright in Visual Arts, Thomas G. Field Jr.