About the Law Library

UNH Law Library at a Glance:

As of July, 2012:

  • 112,612 Titles & 318,742 Volumes and Equivalents
  • 306 Seating Capacity
  • 105 Hours Per Week Open
  • 8 Full Time Equivalant Professional Librarians

Complete library statistics are available in the yearly LSAC Official Guide to Law Schools. A history of the UNH Law Library is also available here.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

(Complete policies are available at the bottom of this page.)

When is the library open today?

Library hours are available for each month here.

Where is the library?

The Library is located on the first,second, and third floors of the main building at 2 White Street, Concord, NH 03301.

 

How do I access databases off campus?

Information on accessing databases from off campus is available here. If you are having difficulties please contact Electronic Service Librarian Tom Hemstock. Remember that off campus access to databases is only available to students, staff and faculty.

How do I request items from other libraries? (Interlibrary Loan or ILL)

Information on requesting articles, books, movies or microfiche from other libraries is available here. Please contact Librarian Kathy Fletcher if you have any questions on ILL.

How do I sign up for a study room?

Study room sign ups are available at the Circulation Desk. More information is available here.

Where is the ___ room in the library?

Complete maps of all three floors of the library are available here.

How do I contact _____?

Contact information for all library staff is available here

I have a cite to an article but how do I find it?

Use Find Articles to determine a) if the library has electronic or print access to a publication and b) what database to use to find that article.

Where are the databases?

Electronic databases are organized by subject and alphabetically by title.

Do you have ____ (book)?

MelCat, the library’s catalog, contains information (call number, location and more) on all of the books in our collection. It also contains information on movies, electronic databases, and websites. It is searchable by title, keyword, author, and subject. An advanced search feature is also available.

Where can I find old exams?

Old exams from many, but not all courses, are available here. Print copies are also available. 

How can I renew items online?

You can renew your items online by using the My MelCat service.

 

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