More than 200 graduating students of the School of Law were challenged to shape the future of the legal system and take professional risks for the sake of justice in a Commencement ceremony on Friday afternoon at Matthews Arena.
More than 230 students will graduate from the School of Law in a Commencement ceremony Friday afternoon at Matthews Arena. New Hampshire Governor Margaret Wood Hassan will deliver the Commencement address and receive an honorary degree.
Marie-Therese Connolly, a 1984 School of Law graduate who received a prestigious MacArthur Foundation grant in 2011, returned to campus this week as a Daynard Distinguished Visiting Fellow.
Law professor Michael Meltsner discusses the impact of a recent study that sought to determine the effect of allowing patients to review their doctors’ notes after a visit.
Democrat Maggie Hassan, L’85, was elected governor of New Hampshire. She is the first School of Law graduate to serve as a United States governor.
Desiree Mitchell was awarded a scholarship in recognition of her body of work with clients in both civil and criminal cases.
A pair of students will spend the next year addressing healthcare disparities in underserved communities.
Ana Moraga, a second-year law student, was recognized Friday as a Champion of Change for her work with at-risk Guatemalan women.
A co-op employer has offered third-year law student Paige Walker a job with a top Boston firm.
Paul is a highly accomplished legal scholar who is a strong proponent of legal education that integrates theory and practice.
Three School of Law alumnae played key roles in the defeat of the Defense of Marriage Act in federal court.
An amicus brief filed by Wendy Parmet, an associate dean in the School of Law, was cited to demonstrate that statewide reforms cannot fully solve health-care issues because of the market’s interstate nature.