The University of New Hampshire School of Law is planning to establish a center in remembrance of former Sen. Warren Rudman, who died in November.
The school says the Warren B. Rudman Center for Justice, Leadership and Public Policy will provide scholarship and training for "a new generation of leaders who cherish public service."
The hallmark will be the Rudman Fellows program, which will select two entering law students each year and develop their interest and skills in public policy. They will be granted tuition exemptions, summer scholarships, and one-year post-graduate fellowships in place such as the Concord Coalition and the New Hampshire Attorney General's office.
In exchange, the students will be required to work for at least three years in government or public interest positions.