UNH School of Law Podcast
Civil Liberties and the Presidency: Marianne Williamson

Civil Liberties and the Presidency: Marianne Williamson

April 18, 2019

Author, lecturer, and activist Marianne Williamson, who is currently running for president as a Democrat, joined us for Civil Liberties and the Presidency. This event was presented by the Warren B. Rudman Center for Justice Leadership and Public Policy and the American Civil Liberties Union of New Hampshire. 

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Poverty and the Justice System

Poverty and the Justice System

April 11, 2019

Professor Buzz Scherr talks about the impact of poverty on people who are going through the justice system, including his work on bail reform with the American Civil Liberties Union of New Hampshire.

Learn more about Buzz: https://law.unh.edu/person/albert-scherr 

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Avenatti, Nike, and Williamson

Avenatti, Nike, and Williamson

April 10, 2019

Professor Michael McCann discusses how Michael Avenatti took to Twitter to accuse Nike of illegally conspiring to direct top elite basketball recruits to Nike-sponsored colleges, including implicating Duke's Zion Williamson.

Professor McCann's Sports Illustrated article: https://bit.ly/2ZbueEa 

Learn about our new Sports Wagering & Integrity Program: https://law.unh.edu/sports-wagering 

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Health Care Costs: Key Federal and State Strategies

Health Care Costs: Key Federal and State Strategies

April 5, 2019

UNH Law's Health Law and Policy Programs, The Concord Coalition, and The Warren Rudman Center for Justice, Leadership and Public Service held discussion of the nation's health care system, including federal, state and community responses and strategies to address cost growth. https://law.unh.edu 

Keynote presentation by US Senator Maggie Hassan

Presentation of topics by Concord Coalition Director Robert Bixby

Panelists:

  • Joseph Antos, Wilson H. Taylor Resident Scholar in Health Care and Retirement Policy at the American Enterprise Institute

  • Trish Riley, Executive Director of the National Academy for State HealthPolicy and President of it's corporate board

  • John McDonough, Professor of Public Health Practice, Dept. of Health Policy & Management at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and the Director of the Center for Executive and Continuing Professional Education

  • Moderated by Lucy Hodder, Professor of Law, Director of Health Law and Policy, UNH School of Law

Kraft Solicitation

Kraft Solicitation

March 26, 2019

Professor Michael McCann discusses the two misdemeanor solicitation charges that Robert Kraft, owner of the New England Patriots, is facing. 

Professor McCann's Sports Illustrated article on the case: https://bit.ly/2Y5koTE 

Learn about our new Sports & Wagering Integrity Program: https://law.unh.edu/academics/degrees-certificates/certificates/sports-wagering-integrity-certificate 

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Civil Liberties and the Presidency: Julian Castro

Civil Liberties and the Presidency: Julian Castro

March 19, 2019

The Warren B. Rudman Center for Justice Leadership and Public Service and the ACLU of New Hampshire hosted the second edition of the presidential candidate series Civil Liberties and the Presidency, which featured Democratic presidential candidate Julian Castro, who previously has served as Secretary of Housing and Urban Development and Mayor of San Antonio. Introduction by UNH Law Dean Megan Carpenter and Rudman Center Director John Greabe. Moderated by ACLU of New Hampshire Political Director Jeanne Hruska. Produced by A. J. Kierstead.

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Executive Privilege and President Trump

Executive Privilege and President Trump

March 15, 2019

Professor John Greabe discusses what executive privilege is and how it could impact the 81 document requests sent by congress to the Trump administration.

Professor Greabe's Concord Monitor article on what executive privilege is: https://bit.ly/2Hqa6sa

NY Times article on Trump's response to the document requests: https://nyti.ms/2SNfruG  

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June Medical Services v Gee

June Medical Services v Gee

February 25, 2019

Professor John Greabe discusses a Louisiana law placing strict rules on abortion providers that has been blocked by the US Supreme Court.

Center for Reproductive Rights Article:https://bit.ly/2Nulrb0

SCOTUS Blog:https://bit.ly/2E9VJUR 

Updated from the New York Times: https://nyti.ms/2tEJBXc

Learn more about Professor Greabe: https://law.unh.edu/person/john-m-greabe

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Kaepernick Settlement

Kaepernick Settlement

February 21, 2019

Professor Michael McCann discusses how Colin Kaepernick and Eric Reid have reached a settlement with the NFL, bringing the controversy of kneeling during the national anthem with no finding.

Professor McCann's article on the settlement: https://bit.ly/2E1wGTF 

Learn more about Professor McCann: https://law.unh.edu/person/michael-mccann 

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Bezos and the National Enquirer

Bezos and the National Enquirer

February 19, 2019

Professor Buzz Scherr discusses the recent Jeff Bezos blog post accusing the National Enquirer and its parent company AMI of extortion.

Original Blog from Jeff Bezos: https://medium.com/@jeffreypbezos/no-thank-you-mr-pecker-146e3922310f

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