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3. Use the username and password you created to log into Bloomberg Law.
Practice Centers allow you to access all primary and secondary sources available on Bloomberg Law in one place. Practice Centers include information in the following areas: Antitrust; Banking & Finance; Bankruptcy; Corporate/Mergers & Acquisitions; Employee Benefits; Health, Intellectual Property; Labor & Employment; and Securities. To browse and access practice centers from the Bloomberg BNA Library go to our database list and choose "Bloomberg BNA Databases"
To access the Practice Centers in Bloomberg Law, select the Practice Centers tab and then choose the area of law you are interested in. You can also make one of these Practice Centers your Homepage on Bloomberg Law.
Bloomberg Law has created a Help Center with tutorials on how to use Bloomberg Law to your best advantage. Click here to access the Help Center. Also, they have a 24/7 Help Desk 888-560-BLAW (2529).