Mon, Feb 2: Law Library Closed

From the UNH Alert:

"Due to the intensity and predicted nature of this latest storm, with particularly heavy snowfall during the morning and evening commuting times, the University of New Hampshire School of Law will be curtailing operations, canceling classes, closing the library and suspending normal operations effective 6:00 a.m., Monday February 2nd, 2015."

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