Resources for Faculty

Providing Reference/Research Assistance

Contact your Faculty Liaison for help with your research or how to use library resources and services. 

Access to Databases

The library provides access to many electronic databases which are organized categorically (with annotations) and alphabetically (without annotations). Remote access to databases designated by * requires entering your first and last name in the name field and the barcode number from your UNH Law ID card in the password field. Please contact Tom Hemstock if you need a copy of your barcode number for remote access purposes. The remote access screen is shown here.

Chronicle of Higher Education

Premier publication of news, commentary and career help for academics. Ask Tom Hemstock for the login name and password.

Jurist for Law Professors

Website dedicated to promoting legal education by providing an online forum enabling law professors to locate information relevant to their work as teachers and scholars. Site includes subject guides, online articles, course syllabi, legal news and legal research sites.


SmartCILP is a fee-based current awareness service providing personalized e-mail delivery of articles indexed by the Current Index to Legal Periodicals. Subscribers receive a weekly citation list based on a profile of subject areas and/or specific journal titles. SmartCILP also provides links to full text of articles in HeinOnline, LEXIS/NEXIS, and Westlaw where available.

Contact Tom Hemstock for the authorization code. To create a SmartCILP profile, fill in the form at

Law Professor Blogs

Law Professor Blogs links to blogs by law school faculty across the United States and includes links to useful resources such as casebook lists, professional organizations, law school news, faculty career moves and more.

LexisNexisWestlaw & BloombergLaw

Faculty members have access to LexisNexis/Lexis Advance, Westlaw and BloombergLaw. If you need a password, please contact Tom Hemstock.  Your liaison can arrange for: training on either system; assistance with using TWEN or Blackboard for your courses; or setting up customized Alert (LexisNexis) and WestClip (Westlaw) automated clipping service searches with results delivered directly to you.

Twitter For Law Professors

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