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After March 18th, the physical space of the law library will close and library operations will move online until further notice.  The library will no longer be open to students, staff, or faculty.   But we are still here for you!  Be sure to check out the "Ask Us" box and our new "Online Classes" page.  All the law librarians will be answering their phones and emails.

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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. 

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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.

Special instructions for SCC Online - 

You will need to enter your UNH law email address as a login ID under "IP Access". If this is the first time you are accessing SCC Online Web Edition using this email id, then you will be prompted to register for this login id, otherwise, you will be logged into your account. No password is required.

Questions? Ask us!

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

New Research help hours: 

Monday, Wednesday, Friday - 12p.m. to 3p.m. Eastern Time

Tuesday, Thursday - 10a.m. to 2p.m. Eastern Time  

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

 

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Mission Statement

The University of New Hampshire School of Law librarians shall maintain a law library that is a central, active, responsive force in the educational life of the law school by teaching students and patrons to be successful, ethical information seekers; building and facilitating intellectual access to relevant collections vital to the law school’s academic and programmatic mission; delivering information services supporting teaching, research and scholarship; fostering a culture of collaboration within the law school, the university and the legal and law library community; and providing welcoming space conducive to intellectual discovery.