University of New Hampshire School of Law
Information Literacy Plan
Alumni/ae membership rates are scaled after the first year. All graduates of UNH School of Law are offered free membership for the first year following graduation. Five years after graduation alumni/ae are charged the sole practitioner fee, currently $240 per year. Alumni/ae may purchase individual memberships even if they work in a law firm.
If your firm would like to subscribe to a Library membership, please complete and print out this form and mail it along with a check made out to University of New Hampshire School of Law for the appropriate amount to Kathy Fletcher at 2 White Street, Concord, NH 03301. Memberships are available to firms, practicing paralegals and alumni/ae.
Alumni/ae who are firm members may be excluded from the total attorney count for the purpose of determining fees, but will not enjoy membership privileges if so excluded. Rates are prorated for those who join after the start of the membership year, July 1. Alumni/ae membership rates are scaled after the first free year.
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MAIN FLOOR (Second Floor)
Legal Research and Information Literacy
(2 credits, Fall)
Professors Zago, Hemstock and Landau
Mission Statement for UNH School of Law Librarians
On the 112th anniversary of the birth of Laconia, New Hampshire, Judge Harry Edwin Trapp, the Law Library at Franklin Pierce Law Center celebrated the receipt of a collection of his old and rare law books. Seventeen old English law books from the 17th and 18th centuries form this collection. Most of the books are "nominative" or named reports published in England between 1659 and 1799.