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Reserve Materials

Books and photocopies may be placed on reserve in the library by contacting Kathy Fletcher. Faculty should indicate if the materials are personal and if a barcode may be attached. If the materials are photocopies, please supply the total number of photocopies you want to be placed on reserve. Loose materials should be submitted in a binder or other permanently bound format. Materials submitted for reserve may not be immediately available to students and faculty should plan accordingly. All faculty reserve materials will be returned at the end of each semester.  You can search Course Reserves using our new library search feature below.

Faculty Borrowing Privileges


Faculty may borrow books from any UNH Library for a semester at a time.  Books borrowed from other UNH Libraries may be charged a fee for overdue materials. The library reserves the right to recall materials.  

Inter-Library Loan Borrowing


If you need materials from another library, contact Kathy Fletcher. Acquiring a book or article from another library can take anywhere from several days to a month depending on the policies and procedures of the lending library.  Once borrowed, any photocopy becomes the property of the faculty member. Any book borrowed from another library is subject to the lending policies of that library. Some books can be renewed provided the request is made by the library in advance of the due date and the lending library agrees. Otherwise, books borrowed through inter-library loan should be returned to Kathy Fletcher by the due date specified.

Faculty members are paired with a Law Librarian who serves as the primary contact for faculty library needs. Your liaison can assist you with:

  • Reference/Research questions or projects
  • Making suggestions for purchases for the collection
  • Providing customized research guides or research presentations for your courses
  • Assist you in making active research exercises 
  • Suggesting relevant resources to support your scholarship 
  • Meeting at your request to assess your research needs, explore ways to assist in your classroom instruction and refresh your memory about existing library service
  • Providing or arranging for individual training on electronic resources
  • Arranging to have library materials routed to you

Questions about the Scholars' Repository should be referred to Sue Zago

Questions about the new Library Search should be referred to Melanie Cornell

Find Your Liaison

Faculty-Librarian Liaisons

  • Ann Bartow - JC
  • Courtney Brooks - KF
  • Jordan Budd - SZ
  • Megan Carpenter - SZ
  • Jennifer Davis - JC
  • Jessica Durkis-Stokes - SZ
  • Risa Evans - SZ
  • Tonya Evans - SZ
  • Roger Ford - JC
  • Judge Arthur Gajarsa - JC
  • John Garvey – KF
  • John Greabe – SZ
  • Lucy Hodder - SZ
  • Marcus Hurn – SZ
  • Stanley Kowalski – JC
  • Ashlyn Lembree - JC
  • Eleanor MacLellan - KF
  • Michael McCann - JC
  • Bill Murphy – KF
  • Ellen Musinsky – SZ
  • John Orcutt – JC
  • Leah Plunkett - KF
  • Alexandra Roberts - JC
  • Albert Scherr – SZ
  • Mitch Simon – SZ
  • Sophie Sparrow - SZ
  • Ryan Vacca - JC
  • Amy Vorenburg – KF
  • Peter Wright – KF

Adjunct Faculty

  • IP Adjuncts - JC
  • Non-IP Adjuncts - KF

Emeritus Faculty - KF

Others

  • Graduate Program IP Distinguished Visiting Scholars - JC
Zotero 

Zotero is a great tool for organizing sources that you find on the open web or in library databases.  It is "free, easy to use tool to help you collect, organize, cite and share research. Zotero allows you to easily save bibliographic details, comments, indexing terms, and direct links to webpages, word documents, and even articles that are in library subscription databases.  It is compatible with Windows and Mac OS. You will also need a connector (like an add-on or extension) for your browser. All the major browsers are supported.

Zotero User Guide

Zotero: Quick Start Guide - ‚ÄčHow to download Zotero 5.0. Handout courtesy Jason Puckett at Georgia State University Library.

Submitting Your Manuscript to Law Reviews

UNH Law participates in two services for faculty to submit manuscripts to law reviews in bulk, Scholastica and ExpressO.  Prior to using these services, contact Jon Cavicchi to be sure that you are included on the list.  Please review each law review's requirements prior to submission. For training contact your Liaison.

Posting Your Work 

Working papers 

Legal Scholarship Network provides access to working papers and abstracts of articles accepted for publication as well as announcements of professional meetings, calls for papers and professional job listings. LSN database and paper downloads are free open-source.

In addition - the Law Library subscribes to the alert service that sends email notices of new papers in your legal areas of interest. The best way to get on the list is to ask Sue Zago to e-mail SSRN to sign you up. Once subscribed, you can customize your email subscription to reflect your research interests.  


Final published work 

The Law Library maintains the School of Law Collection on the University of New Hampshire Scholars' Repository.  The repository is designed to preserve, promote and disseminate the scholarship and activities of law school faculty in accordance with UNH’s commitment to open access. Items in the repository are indexed by search engines such as Google, making them accessible to a wide audience. The Scholars’ Repository, a BePress hosted Institutional Repository (IR), provides a central location for archiving UNH scholarship for long-term access, promotes the rights of authors to control their intellectual property, and furthers the concept of open access to research. 

ORCID

 

 

 

ORCID provides a persistent digital identifier that distinguishes you from other researchers. It is also used to provide automated links to your work that is used by services like Elements.  Authors with an ORCID iD automatically have a profile page where they can list all their publications, grant awards, and other research outputs.  Law reviews are starting to utilize the ORCiD around submissions.  Register for your ORCiD at https://orcid.org/register  

DISTINGUISH YOURSELF IN
THREE EASY STEPS

ORCID provides a persistent digital identifier that distinguishes you from every other researcher and, through integration in key research workflows such as manuscript and grant submission, supports automated linkages between you and your professional activities ensuring that your work is recognized. Find out more

1
REGISTER
Get your unique ORCID identifier Register now!
Registration takes 30 seconds.
2
ADD YOUR
INFO
Enhance your ORCID record with your professional information and link to your other identifiers (such as Scopus or ResearcherID or LinkedIn).
3
USE YOUR
ORCID ID
Include your ORCID identifier on your Webpage, when you submit publications, apply for grants, and in any research workflow to ensure you get credit for your work.

MEMBERS MAKE ORCID POSSIBLE!

ORCID is a non-profit organization supported by a global community of organizational members, including research organizations, publishers, funders, professional associations, and other stakeholders in the research ecosystem.

from https://orcid.org

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Databases

UNH Franklin Pierce Law Library Resources - search here for books, ebooks, articles and more

Library Search - be sure to sign in with your UNH username and password to get access to all Law Library resources including databases and ebooks. 

Law Library Hours

Law Library Circulation Desk Phone  603-513-5130

 Law Library Hours 

Monday through Thursday  -  8:00 a.m. to midnight

Friday -  8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.

Saturday - 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.

Sunday - 10:00 a.m. to midnight

Questions? Ask Us!

Ask Us! is a new chat service offered by the Law Library for the UNH Franklin Pierce Law School students, faculty and staff. 

Research help is typically provided from:

Tuesday through Thursday 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  

Enter your question here if a Law Librarian is not able to chat with you. 

 

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Law Library Hours and Contacts

Law Library Circulation Desk Phone  603-513-5130

 Law Library Hours 

Monday through Thursday  -  8:00 a.m. to midnight

Friday -  8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.

Saturday - 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.

Sunday - 10:00 a.m. to midnight

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Find books, ebooks, articles, databases and more.

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Databases

Connecting from Off-campus

Current UNH students, faculty, and staff may access most library resources, including databases, from off-campus:

  1. Navigate to the resource you want on the Library web site.
  2. You will be prompted for your UNH IT ID username and password.
  3. Once verified, you will be forwarded on to your resource.

Once you have logged in, you can access databases and other electronic resources available through the library web site.

 

Questions? Ask us!

Ask Us! is a new chat service offered by the Law Library for the UNH Franklin Pierce Law School students, faculty and staff. 

Research help is typically provided from:

Tuesday through Thursday 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  

Enter your question here if a Law Librarian is not able to chat with you. 

 

Research Guides