and Master of Intellectual Property from Franklin Pierce Law Center.
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FPLC stands for Franklin Pierce Law Center
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and Master of Intellectual Property degree from Franklin Pierce Law Center (Now University of New Hampshire School of Law) and a B.
Terry received a bachelor's degree from Emerson College and a juris doctor degree from the Franklin Pierce Law Center, now the University of New Hampshire School of Law.
Pizer earned a JD from Franklin Pierce Law Center in Concord, N.
edu/ The Franklin Pierce Law Center specializes in intellectual property issues.
She graduated from Franklin Pierce Law Center, cum laude, and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Binghamton University.
Elizabeth earned her law degree from Franklin Pierce Law center and was student editor of the Franklin Pierce Law Center Germeshausen Center for the Law of Innovation and Entrepreneurship Newsletter.
John Broderick, 63, retired last year as chief justice of the New Hampshire Supreme Court and soon after accepted the twin jobs of dean and president of the University of New Hampshire School of Law, formerly Franklin Pierce Law Center, in Concord.