Greetings, Everyone. Welcome to the latest installment of Throwback Thursdays. This series of photos is interesting for a few reasons. The first is to note with a chuckle the intense curiosity and focus on a mysterious new invention purchased by the school:
Jorda Collection - Emeritus Professor Bill Hennessey recently returned from a trip to Florida where he had an opportunity tp visit Emeritus Professor Karl Jorda who is enjoying his final retirement. Professor Jorda taught at UNH Law for decades. He was the global ambassador for all things IP at the law school. He traveled to all parts of the world flying the UNH Law flag and lecturing on topics including the complimentariness of patents and trade secrets, win/win licensing, IP managment and more.
April 10 - 16 is National Library Week and we're celebrating here at the Law Library. Each day there are raffles for many prizes, games, and special presentations. Stop by the library to find out details.
Monday - Daily prize drawing.
Tuesday - Daily prize drawing. Magna Carta Symposium.
Wednesday - Lexis eBook Presentations, Prizes and Library Week Cake
The UNH Law Sports Law Repository was a collaborative effort between the IP Mall and Professor Michael McCann, Director of the UNH Law Sports Law Institute. Prof. McCann approached me with the idea of offering unique sports law related content, not on the web as well as hosting other content for a "one stop shop" for sports lawyers and professionals. The site was under development for a year with the assistance of Gradaute Programs student Razan Taha.
CONCORD – The American Bar Association’s Standing Committee on the Law and the Library of Congress’s Law Library have selected Concord and UNH Law as a location on the national tour of a travelling exhibition honoring the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta, the charter sealed by King John of England that is acknowledged as the basis for the rule of law in modern democracies.
On this installment of Throwback Thursdays, we feature a few photos from different eras of the law school. The first two are the most interesting, I think. One shows White Park, circa early 1900's, when the Pond was still split in two. This photo is actually pretty rare; it was taken and used in a postcard which states "Published exclusively for Nelson's Five Cent Store". If anyone has any information on this bygone establishment, we'