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 2010

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Information Literacy Plans: Does your law library need one?, Judith Gire

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Intellectual Property, Medicine and Health: Current debates, Stanley P. Kowalski

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Justice Sonia Sotomayor and the Relationship between Leagues and Players: Insights and Implications, Michael McCann

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LLNE Letter to Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick, Susan D. Zago

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Managing Law Firm Politics: A Reflection for Newer Lawyers Practicing in Law Firms, Eleanor MacLellan

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Modeling the Effects of Peremptory Challenges on Jury Selection and Jury Verdicts, Roger Allen Ford

Shaping China's Innovation Future: University Technology Transfer in Transition, John L. Orcutt and Hong Shen

Teaching Law by Design for Adjuncts, Sophie M. Sparrow, Gerald F. Hess, and Michael Hunter Schwartz

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The NBA and the Single Entity Defense: A Better Case?, Michael A. McCann

Submissions from 2009

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Allocating Intellectual Property Rights Between Parties, Ashlyn J. Lembree

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A Miscarriage of Juvenile Justice: A Modern Day Parable of the Unintended Results of Bad Lawmaking, Amy Vorenberg

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Crop Bioengineering: Enormous Potential for Catalyzing International Development, Peter Gregory and Stanley P. Kowalski

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Internet Defamation as Profit Center: The Monetization of Online Harassment, Ann Bartow

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New-School Trademark Dilution: Famous among the Juvenile Consuming Public, Alexandra J. Roberts

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Potential of Crop Bioengineering to Catalyze International Development, Peter Gregory and Stanley P. Kowalski

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Practice Writing: Responding to the Needs of the Bench and Bar in First-Year Writing Programs, Amy Vorenberg and Margaret Sova McCabe

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Preliminary Report on Patent Literature, Search Methodology and Patent Status of Medicines on the WHO EML 2009, Jon R. Cavicchi and Stanley P. Kowalski

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SMES, Open Innovation and IP Management: Advancing Global Development, Stanley P. Kowalski

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State Constitutional Limits on New Hampshire‘s Taxing Power: Historical Development and Modern State, Marcus Hurn

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Taking a Small Step Toward More Assessments, Sophie Sparrow

Teaching Law by Design: Engaging Students From Syllabus to Final Exam, Michael Hunter Schwartz, Sophie M. Sparrow, and Gerald F. Hess

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The Case Against Exempting Smaller Reporting Companies from Sarbanes-Oxley Section 404: Why Market-Based Solutions are Likely to Harm Ordinary Investors, John Orcutt

Understanding the Physical Properties that Control Protein Crystallization by Analysis of LargeScale Experimental Data, W. Nicholson Price II, Yang Chen, Samuel K. Handelman, Helen Neely, Philip Manor, Richard Karlin, Rajesh Nair, Jinfeng Liu, Michael Baran, John Everett, Saichiu N. Tong, Farhad Forouhar, Swarup S. Swaminathan, Thomas Acton, Rong Xiao, Joseph R. Luft, Angela Lauricella, George T. DeTitta, Burkhard Rost, Gaetano T. Montelione, and John T. Hunt

Submissions from 2008

A Better Path for Constitutional Tort Law, John M. Greabe

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A Call to Action: The Time Has Come to Revisit and Reform the Law of Ideas, Tonya M. Evans