Conference Theme: Mental Illness and the Legal System: Collaborative Approaches to Treatment and Advocacy
Selected after a national search, Broderick served on the New Hampshire Supreme Court for 15 years, retiring this fall to join UNH School of Law. During his tenure as Chief Justice over the past six years, he was the administrative head of all the state’s courts in addition to his judicial duties and became nationally known for reexamining the way the court system works and redesigning it to meet the challenges of the 21st century. To see his full bio, click HERE.
More information about this conference, which is scheduled for Thursday, October 24th at the Harbor Events and Conference Center in Portsmouth, will be available soon.