HeinOnline's National Survey of State Laws is now available online to the UNH Law community. This resource summarizes frequently researched laws in easy to read table format. 50 state surveys (or 5 state surveys!) are now much quicker to do. For example, this resource includes summaries of state marijuana laws, criminal statute of limitations, and computer crimes.
Big Exciting Database News! Many new databases are now available to UNH Law Faculty as a result of our integration with the University of New Hampshire and as the library focuses on emerging digital collections.
Over 20 years of the Harvard Journal of Law and Technology (1988-2012) are now available via HeinOnline. Simply click here and scroll to the Journal on the left menu screen.
July means only one thing. . . new databases at PierceLaw! Read on for the details.
New databases include:
Ever wonder what this search box on the left side of the library’s page does?
Read more to find out.
The desire for a state law school in Massachusetts is nothing new. A 1973 article from the Boston Bar Journal (available here via HeinOnline's Bar Journal Library) discusses the viability of a UMass law school with many of the same pros/cons as in the 2009 debate. Read more. . .
HeinOnline, long a resource for full text journal articles, now contains dozens of state bar journals. Like most HeinOnline resources the bar journals are full text and scanned copies of the original articles. (No hard to read format changes!) Additionally the bar journals available cover back to the first issue of publication. Read more. . .