- Associated Press - Friday, August 14, 2015

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - Officials say there is no timeline to replace the former executive director who resigned five months ago from his position at a University of New Hampshire Law School center.

John Broderick stepped down in March from the Warren B. Rudman Center for Justice and Public Policy, which provides internships and scholarships to students focused on public service.

Officials tell the Concord Monitor (https://bit.ly/1J8jJoO) the center is being led by a group of fellows and advisers.

But the newspaper reports the position for executive director hasn’t been posted or advertised.

Broderick detailed his concerns in early March after he said the Center’s development director was forced out. The university advised him a few weeks later not to report to work and that he was not allowed to attend law school events.

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