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Report: Former Chief Justice Banned From UNH Law's Rudman Center

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Allegra Boverman
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NHPR

After stepping down as head of the Rudman Center at UNH Law last week, former New Hampshire Chief Justice John Broderick has been banned from the center he helped found.

Broderick stepped down from the post, citing a lack of support from the university.

The New Hampshire Union Leader reports Broderick was told by university officials Friday to vacate his office and not to appear at any events at the Rudman Center.

Broderick’s resignation came as a surprise to many involved with the center.

University officials have denied claims there was a lack of support, saying they are committed to the future of the Rudman Center.

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