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Research in the real world starts here! Use this guide to orient yourself to the work and research environment.
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Extending Passwords

WESTLAW
Continuing law students will be able to extend their academic Westlaw passwords over the summer for academic purposes, including school work, moot court, unpaid internship/externships, law journals, and research assistant positions. Students can complete a survey to request a summer extension at: https://lawschool.westlaw.com.  Third-year law students graduating in May 2016 will also be able to extend their passwords for 60 hours per month through November 2016 for academic purposes and bar examination preparation. Graduating students can extend their passwords by completing the Grad Elite survey at: https://lawschool.westlaw.com

LEXIS
Continuing law students will have free and unlimited access to their academic Lexis account this summer.  All graduating 3Ls will have access to their Lexis Advance IDs until December 31, 2016. Rewards points expire on June 30, 2016. Finally, all graduates who will be working for a public interest organization can apply for the one-year "ASPIRE ID." APPLY online: http://www.lexisnexis.com/grad-access/.

BLOOMERG
All registered continuing students will have unlimited Bloomberg access during summer. Graduating students will have unlimited and unrestricted Bloomberg access for 6 months following graduation.

Questions? Contact David Grahek, Associate Director for Instructional Services.

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