UNH Law Podcast
Sharenthood

Sharenthood

July 3, 2019

Professor Leah Plunkett discusses her upcoming book Sharenthood, which covers the intersection of digital privacy and parenting. Produced and Hosted by A. J. Kierstead

Learn more about Professor Plunkett, pre-order the book, and get the first chapter for free at https://leahplunkett.com 

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Tech Transfer for Sri Lanka

Tech Transfer for Sri Lanka

June 27, 2019

Professor Stanley Kowalski discusses how the International Technology Transfer Institute hosted a delegation from Sri Lanka to assist with their development of technology transfer offices and incubators. Produced and Hosted by A. J. Kierstead

Learn more about the worldwide impact of ITTI: https://law.unh.edu/academics/experiential-education/clinics/international-technology-transfer-institute 

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Cyber War

Cyber War

June 21, 2019

Professor Buzz Scherr discusses at what point a cyber attack should be treated as an act of war, stemming from the recent discovery of the US escalating cyber attacks on the Russian power grid. Produced and Hosted by A. J. Kierstead

NY Times article:https://nyti.ms/2KiTwMl 

Join Professor Buzz Scherr for a webinar on 6/25 at noon discussing "State-Sponsored Cyber War: What You Need to Know”: https://bit.ly/2L0mKiC 

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Border Patrol

Border Patrol

June 13, 2019

Professor Buzz Scherr discusses how US Customs and Border Patrol searches in New Hampshire at the Canadian border has raised concerns over effectiveness and what happens with what is found during those searches. Produced and Hosted by A. J. Kierstead

Similar podcast of interest, "Migrant Crisis: Asylum Primer" with Adjunct Professor Cathy Chesley: https://unhlaw.podbean.com/e/migrant-crisis-asylum-primer/ 

Buzz in the Concord Monitor on the subject: https://www.concordmonitor.com/ACLU-files-motion-against-evidence-gathered-in-New-Hampshire-border-patrol-I-93-stops-14297389 

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Civil Rights and the 2020 Election

Civil Rights and the 2020 Election

June 7, 2019

Jeanne Hruska, Political Director for the ACLU of New Hampshire, discusses our Civil Liberties & the Presidency series which has covered many civil rights policy subjects and how these are being approached on the campaign trail by presidential candidates. This series is presented by the Rudman Center for Justice, Leadership, and Public Service and the American Civil Liberties Union of New Hampshire. Produced and Hosted by A. J. Kierstead

The American Civil Liberties Union of New Hampshire (ACLU-NH) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan membership organization dedicated to preserving the individual rights and liberties guaranteed in the Bill of Rights and the Constitution.

Listen to the first five Civil Liberties & the Presidency events:

William Weld: https://unhlaw.podbean.com/e/civil-liberties-and-the-presidency-william-weld/ 

Tulsi Gabbard: https://unhlaw.podbean.com/e/civil-liberties-and-the-presidency-tulsi-gabbard/

Marianne Williamson: https://unhlaw.podbean.com/e/civil-liberties-and-the-presidency-marianne-williamson/ 

Julian Castro: https://unhlaw.podbean.com/e/civil-liberties-and-the-presidency-julian-castro/

John Delaney: https://unhlaw.podbean.com/e/civil-liberties-and-the-presidency-john-delaney/ 

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Facial Recognition Ban

Facial Recognition Ban

May 29, 2019

Professor Buzz Scherr discusses San Francisco's vote to approve a ban on police and other agencies on use of facial recognition software. Produced and Hosted by A. J. Kierstead

NY Times Article: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/05/14/us/facial-recognition-ban-san-francisco.html?searchResultPosition=4 

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Civil Liberties and the Presidency: William Weld

Civil Liberties and the Presidency: William Weld

May 24, 2019

Republican Presidential Candidate William Weld joined us for Civil Liberties and the Presidency. Previously he served as the 68th Governor of Massachusetts and the Libertarian Party’s nominee for VP in the 2016 election. 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. This is the UNH Law podcast, learn more about the law school and apply by visiting law.unh.edu. Opinions discussed are solely the opinion of the faculty or host, and do not constitute legal advice or necessarily represent the official views of the University of New Hampshire. Moderated by Jeanne Hruska, Political Director for the ACLU of New Hampshire. Produced and Hosted by A. J. Kierstead

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Outbreak

Outbreak

May 14, 2019

Professor Lucy Hodder discusses the legal angle on the recent outbreak of measles across the US, including enforcement around vaccinations and quarantines. Produced and Hosted by A. J. Kierstead

More on the outbreak from the NY Times: https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2019/04/30/health/measles-outbreak-by-state-map.html?searchResultPosition=1 

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

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Death Penalty Repeal

Death Penalty Repeal

May 10, 2019

Professor Buzz Scherr discusses how the decades long journey for a repeal of the death penalty in New Hampshire is close to being completed, with a decision expected in the next couple of weeks. Produced and Hosted by A. J. Kierstead

Concord Monitor on the repeal: https://www.concordmonitor.com/Governor-vetoes-death-penalty-abolishment-25303100 

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

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Derby Drama

Derby Drama

May 8, 2019

Professor Mike McCann joins the show to discuss the legal fight over who won the Kentucky Derby, Maximum Security or Country House. Produced and Hosted by A. J. Kierstead

Mike's Sports Illustrated Article: https://bit.ly/2Vdo6rv 

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

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