Free the Nipple

February 15, 2019

The New Hampshire Supreme Court ruled that the topless ban in Laconia is legal, to discuss this unique case, Professor John Greabe joins the show.

NHPR article on the decision: https://bit.ly/2X76nEn 

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

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Civil Liberties and the Presidency: John Delaney

February 14, 2019

The Warren B. Rudman Center for Justice Leadership and Public Service and the ACLU of New Hampshire hosted the new presidential candidate series Civil Liberties and the Presidency, which featured Democratic presidential candidate John Delaney, former congressman from Maryland's 6th congressional district. Introduction by UNH Law Dean Megan Carpenter and Moderated by ACLU of New Hampshire Political Director Jeanne Hruska. Produced by A. J. Kierstead.

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Biometric Privacy

January 28, 2019

Professor Buzz Scherr discusses how a US Judge in California has ruled that authorities can’t force people to unlock mobile devices with biometric information.

Engadget article on the ruling: https://engt.co/2MIu01z 

Forbes article on the ruling: https://bit.ly/2HDgCg5 

Learn more about Professor Scherr: https://law.unh.edu/person/albert-e-scherr 

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No Super Bowl for the Saints

January 23, 2019

Professor Michael McCann discusses how a wrong call near the end of the New Orleans Saints and Los Angeles Rams NFC Championship game has left fans wondering about ways to still get the Saints to the Super Bowl

Sports Illustrated Article: https://bit.ly/2R9Psgu 

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

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Migrant Crisis: The Southern Border

January 17, 2019

The recent migrant crisis at the border has brought the United States asylum and border enforcement process to the news cycle. In part two of this two part series Adjunct Professor Cathy Chesley, Director of New Hampshire Catholic Charities' Office of Immigration and Refugee Services, discusses the situation at the souther US border and asylum seekers from South and Central America. Produced and Hosted by A. J. Kierstead

Learn about our Immigration Clinic: https://law.unh.edu/academics/experiential-education/clinics/immigration-law-clinic 

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Migrant Crisis: Asylum Primer

January 15, 2019

The recent migrant crisis at the border has brought the United States asylum and border enforcement process to the news cycle. In part one of this two part series Adjunct Professor Cathy Chesley, Director of New Hampshire Catholic Charities' Office of Immigration and Refugee Services, dives into how and when people are considered asylum seekers and refugees. Produced and Hosted by A. J. Kierstead

Learn about our Immigration Clinic: https://law.unh.edu/academics/experiential-education/clinics/immigration-law-clinic 

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Criminal Libel

January 14, 2019

Professor John Greabe discusses the case of New Hampshire resident Robert Frese, who was arrested for criminal libel after making accusations against a police officer on Facebook. The charges against Frese were dropped and he is now suing to have the statute declared unconstitutional. Professor Greabe is co-council with the ACLU in this lawsuit, representing Frese. Produced and Hosted by A. J. Kierstead

NY Times Article on the case: https://nyti.ms/2Rt68np 

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

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Government Shutdown

January 11, 2019

The government shutdown is effecting around 800,000 federal employees. This is also impacting one our students, 3L Maggie Haggerty, who joins me from Washington, DC while she waits for the SEC to reopen so she can complete her residency this semester. She touches on the administrative process to approve budgets, what is effected by the shutdown, and the budget approval failures that have taken place. Produced and Hosted by A. J. Kierstead

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Kliff is with the Cardinals

January 9, 2019

Professor Mike McCann discusses the antitrust and anti-tampering policy implications of the Arizona Cardinals hiring college football coach Kliff Kingsbury. Produced and Hosted by A. J. Kierstead

Mike’s Sports Illustrated Article on the topic: https://bit.ly/2Fm3QA3

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

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A Blow to the ACA

January 7, 2019

Professor Lucy Hodder discusses how a federal judge in Texas has ruled that a key part of the Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional and what that means for the future of the act. Produced and Hosted by A. J. Kierstead

NY Times article on ruling: https://nyti.ms/2zZfdtS 

CNBC on the House Democrats' response: https://cnb.cx/2TnPiDF 

Learn more about Lucy Hodder: https://law.unh.edu/person/lucy-c-hodder 

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