UNH School of Law

Marking Passages, Preserving the Past : Library Haiku by Will Grimes - Part 1

The following text is a digitally reprinted edition of Will Grimes Library Haiku, a collection of poems he wrote and compiled in 2007 that has become a classic in UNH Law's history (as well as Franklin Pierce Law Center).  Enjoy!

Marking Passages, Preserving the Past : an IDEA Made Manifest

This early IDEA newsletter represents a snapshot in time.  It documents the opening of Franklin Pierce Law Center at the current location and lays out the early vision for the school, from the class structure and layout to affiliate members and some early faculty. Of note are Tom Field, an icon in our school history, and Hugh Gibbons, who would go on to do great things for the school but who was only just beginning here.

 

Marking Passages, Preserving the Past: Throwback Thursdays - "Monitoring" the School's Progress

In this installment of Throwback Thursdays, we feature some seminal early articles from the Concord Monitor on the law school, plus a very early issue of IDEA from our days on Mountain Road (November '74).  Enjoy:

Marking Passages, Preserving the Past : Origins

Concord, New Hampshire is an old city as American cities go.  It was settled in 1725 by the Province of Massachusetts Bay, and renamed Concord in 1765.  It has a rich and storied history, and has supported and been supported by many vibrant and vital enterprises during its time.  The Industrial Revolution left its mark on Concord (and nearby Manchester), and by the mid-1800's, it was one of the most prosperous and economically vibrant small cities in the United States.  For a very in