Interlibrary loan is a set of cooperative agreements among libraries and library consortia which allows us to borrow needed materials which are not in the UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law collection. UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law is a member of the New England Law Library Consortium, the New Hampshire College and University Consortium and OCLC (The "Online Computer Library Center"), a world-wide consortia of over 16,000 libraries "dedicated to the public purposes of furthering access to the world's information and reducing information costs"
Interlibrary borrowing is restricted to UNH School of Law students, faculty, and staff. We cannot borrow materials on behalf of alumni or attorneys.
The UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law Library will provide interlibrary lending and copying services to other libraries in academic institutions, for-profit organizations and law firms, as well as public libraries. We do not accept requests from individuals. If you are not affiliated with an academic institution and wish to borrow material from the Law Library, please contact your local library to place a request. We also lend items in our circulating collections to non-academic libraries.