The UNH Law Library now has a smart phone charging station located across from the circulation desk. If you've left your charger at home this is the perfect place for a quick charge while you're in the library.
The UNH Law Library is closed this Friday, August 2nd due to scheduled building maintenance that requires power to be shut off. The full summer schedule is available here: http://library.law.unh.edu/CalendarAccess
Big Exciting Database News! Many new databases are now available to UNH Law Faculty as a result of our integration with the University of New Hampshire and as the library focuses on emerging digital collections.
If you are one of the few newbie Lexis users who prefer Lexis.com or a longtime user who knows how to zip around Lexis.com quickly, just be aware that as of this month you will need to use your Advance logon to access Classic - either directly or using the Research tab in Lexis Advance. If you had Classic remember you, as I had for many years, you will have to log out and click on the link to have Classic not remember your last logon or you will get caught in the trap of being told you did something wrong when you try to enter your Advance logon.
The two Westlaw printers on the first floor of the library are leaving tomorrow. Lexis printers will remain and printing will remain free. Printing Westlaw documents will still be possible using regular law school printers but it will not be free. Additionally, folders on WestlawNext and LexisNexis make it easier than ever to save documents and reduce the need to print out material.
Please stop by the library if you have any questions.
Stop by the library's circulation desk area to see the new display highlighting law and agriculture. We have a surprisingly large amount of material - 19th century treatises available electronically and recent monographs. Oh and friendly plastic animals to make the display 10% cooler than your average food law display.