The UNH Law Library will be closed next Monday, January 19th to observe Martin Luther King Jr Day. Our full friendly color-coded schedule is available here: http://library.law.unh.edu/CalendarAccess
You can't copyright Santa!
Yes, there's a West headnote covering this very issue.
Finally, our long national nightmare is over and board games are now available at the law library. If you need a break from studying, stop over and check out a childhood favorite or learn a new baord game. This is a great way to take a breather during studying, form deep bonds with your study group, and just to have some fun.
The UNH Law Library will be open normal hours on this November 11, 2014 Veteran's Day.
Have a Happy Halloween! Candy available at the circulation desk. Eating in the library! How scary.
The UNH Law Library is closed this Monday, September 1st to observe Labor Day. A full calendar is available here: http://library.law.unh.edu/CalendarAccess
Welcome new Wildcats! Or should that be "law cats"? Be sure to have a look at this overview explaining how the library can help you.
Still waiting on a textbook from the bookstore or Amazon? We may have a copy on Reserve.
Unsure of what TWEN is all about? That's in there too. (Spoiler: TWEN is the course management system that many faculty use. Think Blackboard. If you've registered for Westlaw you have access to TWEN.)
The UNH Law Library recently added many new electronic resources.
Dozens of newsletters of specialized areas of the law.
Newcomer to the eternal battle between Westlaw and LexisNexis. Contains cases, statutes, regulations, and secondary sources. To create an account, follow the link on the main page and use your UNH Law email address.
WestlawNext is now available for attorney members at the law library. Classic is also still available. Content remains the same on Next but it is in a different format. Information about the attorney membership program is available here.
The Library is looking for four Teaching Assistants for the Fall 2014 semester to assist with Legal Research & Information Literacy (1L legal research course). TAs will work with Professors Zago, Landau and Hemstock. Applications are accepted until a review begins on July 18th, 2014. Additional details are available on Symplicity.