Law Faculty Scholarship

The Law Faculty 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 2020

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Do we intend to keep our republic?, John M. Greabe

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Is the Right to Abortion Still Specially Protected?, John M. Greabe

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Separation of powers, partisanship and impeachment: How can we overcome the partisan propaganda?, John M. Greabe

Submissions from 2019

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Barbie in Bondage: What Orly Lobel's Book "You Don't Own Me: How Mattel v. MGA Entertainment Exposed Barbie's Dark Side" Tells Us About The Commoditization of the Female Body, Ann Bartow

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Establishing Appropriate Best Practices in Intellectual Property Management and Technology Transfer in the United Arab Emirates: Building Human Capital, Global Networks and Institutional Infrastructure to Drive Sustainable Knowledge-Based, Innovation-Driven Development, Stanley Kowalski

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Introductions, Tonya M. Evans and Julia Spivak

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Investment in Latin America Will Limit Migration North, Ryan J. O'Riordan and Stanley P. Kowalski

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Legal Education Unbundled (and Rebundled), Megan Carpenter

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One Rule of Law Project in Post-Soviet Russia, Albert E. Scherr

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Panel 2: Art Law and Blockchain, Tonya M. Evans, Derek Fincham, Katya Fisher, and Jeanne L. Schroeder

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The Role of International Rules in Blockchain-Based Cross-Border Commercial Disputes, Tonya M. Evans

Submissions from 2018

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Abortion Rights and the Kavanaugh Nomination, John M. Greabe

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Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code: An Export Success Story, a Model for Change, and the Challenge Ahead, William Murphy and Raymond J. Friel

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Covering the Care: Medicaid, Work, and Community Engagement, Lucy C. Hodder and Jo Porter

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Disentangling the Ethical and Constitutional Regulation of Criminal Discovery, Justin Murray and John M. Greabe

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Diversifying Intellectual Property Law: Why Women of Color Remain “Invisible” and How to Provide More Seats at the Table, Tonya M. Evans, J. Shontavia Johnson, and Yolanda M. King

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Racism and Impeachment Power, John M. Greabe

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Remedies Symposium, Remedial Discretion in Constitutional Adjudication: A Codicil, John M. Greabe

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SCOTUS's 2017-2018 term: More of the 'passive virtues', John M. Greabe

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Sports betting, federalism and the Constitution, John M. Greabe

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State Constitutions and the Protection of Rights, John M. Greabe

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Stewart v. Azar – What Does It Mean For New Hampshire's Medicaid Work and Community Engagement Requirement?, Lucy C. Hodder

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Supreme Court struggles to define 'searches' as technology changes, Behzad Mirhashem

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Teaching and Assessing Soft Skills, Sophie M. Sparrow

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The Death Penalty and the Constitution, John M. Greabe