UNH Law has joined the exciting world of LibGuides. Ourresearch guides will be slowly moving to this new format. LibGuides makes it possible to easily integrate library resources and create guides that are much easier to read and print. Right now the library has created guides on:
From our friends at WESTLAW EDGE Suppose you want to know how patent judges have construed a technical term (e.g., key operable locking head) that sometimes appears in patents and patent applications. Is there an easy way to find the exact judicial construction?
Update: As of 7/6/11 it looks like the problem is fixed.
LexisNexis has (inadvertantly?) changed the menu format on law school accounts. Luckily, this is easy to change back. At the top of the screen there is a " Change Menu" option. Simply selected "LEXIS-NEXIS law school" and you'll be back to the same LexisNexis that you know and love.
Beginning in July the UNH Law community will have access to Ebsco! While this name sounds like an alien overlord or new soft drink, it is one of the best databases in the world. More information will be available soon on specific resources, access, and search strategies.