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University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law Library: Alum/Attorney Members

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Can I use the UNH Law Library?

Attorneys who did not receive their JD from the UNH School of Law (or the Franklin Pierce Law Center,) are required to be an attorney members to access the law library.  If you're looking for a public law library, check out the John W. King Law Library at the New Hampshire Supreme Court.

Alumni Acccess

Alums are granted lifetime courtesy access to the library.  Simply sign in at the circulation desk when you enter the library

Questions?

Please contact Kathy Fletcher if you have questions about alumni or attorney membership access.

Librarian

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Kathy Fletcher
Contact:
(603) 513-5131
Subjects:New Hampshire

Benefits of Membership

 Membership offers additional services including:

Members have on-campus access to hundreds of databases including, HeinOnline, JSTOR, Ebscohost and Proquest. 

What are the fees?

Attorneys pay by the size of the firm.  Fees are pro-rated to our fiscal year July 1st.  All members receive a renewal notice at the beginning of June.

Annual Fee
1 Attorney $240
2-4 Attorneys $335
5-9 Attorneys $660
10-14 Attorneys $990
15-20 Attorneys $1,325
21-29 Attorneys $1,650
30+ Attorneys  $1,985

 

Hey! Where's the free Westlaw?

Sadly, we don't provide free Westlaw once you leave law school.  The law library does provide access to other databases including HeinOnline, JStor, Ebsco, and Proquest. 

Additionally, due to licensing restrictions, all databases must be used on the Concord campus.  We cannot provide remote access.