Access to Lexis Advance, Westlaw, Bloomberg Law and other Library Databases for Graduating Students
Graduating students will have access to Bloomberg Law for six months after graduation. Register for a Bloomberg Law password if you don't have one already.
Graduating students will have access Lexis Advance to help study for the bar until June 30, 2016. Your Lexis Advance law school ID’s will be phased into a graduate ID on July 01, 2015, giving you free, unlimited access to Lexis Advance through December 31, 2016. You may use your Lexis Graduate ID to help find a job, prepare for interviews, and conduct legal research both professionally and personally. You will lose any points when you ID becomes a Grad ID.
Pursing a Public Interest career? You can sign up for the ASPIRE program, which gives you free access to Lexis Advance for an entire year (through September 2016).
Register for the ASPIRE program
Contact Reeves Gillis if you have questions or don't already have a Lexis Advance password.
New this year, law graduates receive 18 months of full access to Westlaw which is 180 hrs per month. Westlaw may be used for any purpose including work.
Your access to other library databases ends upon graduation. Alumni may access many University and Law School subscription databases by visiting the Fineman & Pappas Law Libraries.
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