The Gire Archives at the UNH School of Law is the home for all that is our law school – it’s history, culture, identity, and all that they entail. It is the repository of our traditions, experiences, life passages, and stories. It houses thousands of documents, photos, correspondence, promotional materials, and anything else of note, dating from our founding in 1973 through our time as Franklin Pierce Law Center and all the way up to the present day. It is meant to be both a place for students, alumni, faculty and staff to connect and reconnect with an important place and time in their lives, AND a new tool for publicizing the law school and all that it has to offer to a wider world. In essence, the Gire Archives is the written and recorded identity of the law school, and a tool for communicating that Identity to the outside world.