Overlooking the scenic White Park in Concord, New Hampshire, the Law Library is your information center at the UNH School of Law. Our students prepare for their legal careers with access to a world-class Intellectual Property Library existing within a larger Law Library. The Law Library's three floors include varied study spaces including five study rooms, the main collection, the IP Library, the Kenison Room for rare books, and the Gire Archives.
The general legal collection offers domestic legal materials to support the law school's curricular and clinical needs and provides targeted collections in Social Justice, E-commerce and Technology, International Criminal Law and Justice and an extensive collection of New Hampshire legal materials.
The library staff provides full-service support and instruction for JD (residential and hybrid), MIP and LLM students guided by the faculty approved Informational Literacy Plan, detailing legal research instruction throughout the curriculum. In addition to working closely with students and faculty on their research, we also teach a variety of for-credit legal research and information literacy courses throughout the curriculum. We also provide students and faculty with research training, research help, subject area LibGuides, and curated collections.
Keep up to date with the Law Library's events and news by checking out our Jury Notes blog. Please also visit the internationally acclaimed, IP Mall, an open-access resource containing unique collections in copyright, patent, trademark, licensing, etc.