Library Catalogs (OPACs)
Use the UNH School of Law Library's catalog to find print and electronic primary and secondary legal resources, treatises, journals, databases, government documents, and other materials owned or licensed by the Law Library. Questions about MELcat should be directed to our Systems Librarian / Collection Management Coordinator, Melanie Cornell.
Use UNH's library catalog to find print and electronic books, journals, databases, maps, sound recordings, government documents, and other materials owned by the UNH library.
MELcat offers researchers a powerful full Boolean search interface of our Law Library's holdings.
My MELcat offers our Law Library patrons the ability to save searches, view their patron data and renew books online. To login, input your name and the barcode from your Law School ID card.
LibX toolbar (download and install)
LibX is a browser plugin for Firefox and Internet Explorer that provides direct access to the Law Library's MELcat Library holdings. It bypasses having to visit the Law Library's website to do a search on MELCat. You may have to click Allow if Firefox asks permission to install it.
Located at 18 Library Way, Durham, New Hampshire, the University of New Hampshire Library consists of the main Dimond Library, specialized branch libraries, an extensive government documents collection, the Douglas and Helena Milne Special Collections and Archives, and the University Museum.
Hours vary by academic term. Phone: (603) 862-1535.
The Boston Library Consortium. This resource may soon be available to the Law Library community through our affiliation with the University of New Hampshire.
The New England Law Library Consortium (NELLCO) offers links to its member libraries' online catalogs individually, in addition to providing a Union Catalog to simultaneously search its member libraries' online catalogs.
Located at the Supreme Court Building, One Charles Doe Drive, Concord, New Hampshire (off of Hazen Drive), the New Hampshire Law Library is the state's only public Law Library. It provides "legal information and related services to the judicial, legislative, and executive branches of government, the legal communities of New Hampshire, and the people of the State." (New Hampshire Judicial Branch - NH Law Library)
Located at 20 Park Street, Concord, NH, across the street from the State House, the New Hampshire State Library functions as the library for the New Hampshire State Legislature and has an extensive collection of NH materials. Legal materials housed here include copies of NH bills, NH session laws, NH Senate and House Journals, and the NH RSAs (Revised Statutes Annotated). The State Library also is a depository for all New Hampshire administrative agency rules and maintains the only complete collection of those rules in the State. Other materials include NH Reports, NH West Digest and the NH Practice Series. Statutes from the New England states and federal material including the US Code, Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), the Federal Register and US congressional documents are also maintained.
The Concord Public Library, located at 45 Green Street, Concord, NH, maintains a general collection that includes some legal materials and the Concord City Ordinances.
The Dartmouth College Library consists of several libraries located at the Dartmouth College campus in Hanover, New Hampshire.
Hours vary by library and academic term. Phone: (603) 646-2560.
Located in Washington, D.C., the Library of Congress serves as the research arm of Congress. It is also the largest library in the world.
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