A report on scholarly communications at UNHL, including a call for publications, news about the new LawArXiv repository, and an explanation about the differences between publication types typically found in repositories.
The UNH Scholars’ Repository Law School Collection is an Open Access Institutional Repository of published scholarly works.
- CNN.com linked to an UNH Law Review article, “London, Libel Capital No Longer? The Draft Defamation Act 2011 and the Future of Libel Tourism” written by alumni Thomas Sanchez.
- Back issues of UNH Law Alumni Magazine from 2000-2013 are now available online.
- UNH Law Review published Volume 15, Number 2 (2016) Symposium: A Celebration of the Life and Work of Calvin Massey
- Great newly published articles by Professors Amy Vorenberg, John Greabe, and Jon Cavicchi. Newly added articles by Professors Sue Zago and Stanley Kowalski.
The new print issue of the University of New Hampshire Law Review is now available in the library.
The UNH Law Library has been busy all summer getting ready for the next semester. One of the improvements we made was reorganizing the books in the Academic Success Annex (ASA).
When you publish in Open Access, your audience can include anyone with an Internet connection. This map shows the most recent downloads from the Faculty Scholarship Series.
As of October 22, 2015, there were 113 papers that were downloaded a total of 607 times.
Celebrate Open Access Week, October 19-25, 2015
Open Access is supporting public access to published academic writing that is free of most copyright and licensing restrictions. In making scholarship available to the world, it encourages the exchange of ideas between scholars.