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.
Submissions from 2015
IP Basics: Copyright on the Internet, Thomas G. Field Jr.
IP Basics: Managing Intellectual Property, Thomas G. Field Jr.
IP Basics: Patenting Your Idea, Thomas G. Field Jr.
IP Basics: Seeking Cost-Effective Patents, Thomas G. Field Jr.
IP Basics: Trademarks and Business Goodwill, Thomas G. Field Jr.
Is ‘The Slants’ Racist? Court Ruling on Band Name Could Upend Trademark Law, Megan M. Carpenter
Model All-Payer Claims Database Legislation, Lucy Hodder, Jo Porter, and Ashley Peters
My Turn: Halting Refugee Admissions is Misguided, Erin B. Corcoran
NH Healthcare Policy After King v. Burwell, Lucy Hodder
NSFW: An Empirical Study of Scandalous Trademarks, Megan M. Carpenter and Mary Garner
Podia and Pens: Dismantling the Two-Track System for Legal Research and Writing Faculty, Kristen K. Tiscione and Amy Vorenberg
Practitioner Profile: Mitch Simon: Ethics Guidepost for Lawyers, Carol Robidoux
Submissions from 2014
Brief Amicus Curiae of the Honorable Margaret W. Hassan Governor of the State of New Hampshire in Support of the Plaintiffs/Cross-Appellants, Lucy C. Hodder and John M. Greabe
Children Need Some Time, Erin B. Corcoran
Contraceptive Sabotage, Leah A. Plunkett
Finding New Hampshire Municipal Ordinances in the Digital Age, Susan Drisko Zago
Food for Thought: Genetically Modified Seeds as De Facto Standard Essential Patents, Benjamin M. Cole, Brent J. Horton, and Ryan G. Vacca
Function over Form: Bringing the Fixation Requirement into the Modern Era, Megan M. Carpenter and Steven Hetcher