resources (law library)
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.
Print Resources and E-books
The library's collections of print, AV and electronic materials, including e-books, are all available though our online catalog, MELcat. The library's present collection contains over 220,000 volumes in book and microform equivalent volumes. Our print IP collection is in the IP Library located on the 3rd floor. The general legal collection including statutes, case reporters, treatises, and more are located on the library's 1st floor.
Access to Databases