UNH School of Law Archives
The following few photos recall the FPLC Library of the 1970s and early 1980s. Some of you may remember the beautiful decor. The entrance photos you see below were taken when the main entrance to the library was on the ground floor. You would enter the library through the door that opens onto the Jury Box area (near the hallway with the lockers). It is an Emergency Exit now and otherwise not used.
Hi All. The following photos are of some of our former and present Faculty. Illustrious professors, all!
Professor Keith Harrison
Professor Sue Ritchie
In this installment of the UNH School of Law Archives blog, we focus on the spark that launched Franklin Pierce Law Center (now the University of New Hampshire School of Law) into becoming the IP powerhouse it is today, with its focus on IP leadership and international collaboration. Here is a short description and history, going back 26 years! :
Hi Folks. Below are some very interesting articles pertaining to the school's early history in the 1970's. Read at your leisure. Cheers!
In this occasional column, we have decided to display various sets of photographs from our illustrious past, each one presenting a snapshot of the life of our school during it's eventful and vibrant history. Some photographs feature former Faculty, some showcase our Staff through the years, but most feature our Students and Alumni, participating in the life of the school and sharing in its many benefits during various phases of our storied history. This will most likely become a regular feature. See anyone you recognize?
Greetings, Everyone! I hope you all are enjoying your summer break. After a bit of a hiatus, we are back! The Archives is in the midst of Accession right now, as thousands of photos, documents, letters, newspapers and school records of various sorts are being officially logged in and brought in as part of the University of New Hampshire School of Law Archives. We are excited to have reached this next phase of our existence! Below are some very interesting and revealing photos pertaining to an article about how our present building came to be.
Greetings, Everyone. Welcome to the latest installment of Throwback Thursdays. This series of photos is interesting for a few reasons. The first is to note with a chuckle the intense curiosity and focus on a mysterious new invention purchased by the school:
On this installment of Throwback Thursdays, we feature a few photos from different eras of the law school. The first two are the most interesting, I think. One shows White Park, circa early 1900's, when the Pond was still split in two. This photo is actually pretty rare; it was taken and used in a postcard which states "Published exclusively for Nelson's Five Cent Store". If anyone has any information on this bygone establishment, we'