THemstock's blog

TAs Wanted for Fall 2014 Legal Research Class

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.

Take our survey! Win a $25 Amazon Gift Card!

The UNH Law Library's annual survey for all law students is available here:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/6KB53J3.

It won't take long to complete, provides valuable feedback to the library to help us improve survey, and you are eligible to win a $25 Amazon gift card. All answers are confidential.

The survey closes at Midnight on May 27th 2014. Good luck on winning the card and thanks to all who take the time to offer feedback.

National Library Week 2014: Favorite Books

Thanks to everyone for a great 2014 National Library Week at UNH Law! Prizes, candy, and excitement all combined for a fun-filled week at the UNH Law Library. As part of Library Week a blackboard was moved to the entrance of the library and we asked for a favorite book. And the UNH Law community loves to share! See if any of your favorites made the list.

National Library Week Coming Soon

National Library Week (not making that up!) is coming this April 13-19. Games, fabulous prizes and more are all being developed right now.

While you're waiting for the festivities to start, check out past UNH Law Library Weeks:

2013 - This year is cloaked in mystery with no blog posts but it was definitely great.

2012 - There was a Peeps Cake (Why didn't I take a picture of this?!)

New Database: International Law Reports

International Law Reports by Justis is now available to UNH Law students. According to the publisher this resource:

". . .is the only publication in the world wholly devoted to the regular and systematic reporting in English of decisions of international courts and arbitrators as well as judgments of national courts. Justis will provide the first searchable, electronic platform for this material.

Extended Exam Hours

New law library hours are available here. (Quick summary: open longer on weekends and earlier throughout the week.) What better way to spend your early morning and weekend hours then at the library? Information on vacation hours is also available via the link. Also, be sure to read the lovely pink signs by the entrance that summarize all the library rules for exam season.