Enhanced Access to Legal Periodicals through Law.com

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UNC Law students and faculty now have access to a variety of current awareness legal periodicals via Law.com . Included in this new subscription are such titles as: American Lawyer, National Law Journal, Litigation Daily, Supreme Court Brief, and Corporate Counsel. Law.com also provides access to several state-specific legal journals, including New York Law Journal, Delaware Business Court Insider, Florida’s Daily Business Review, and the New Jersey Law Journal, among others.

The periodicals offered via Law.com are unique because they offer insight into current legal practice by reporting on major court decisions, ongoing litigation, and corporate news. The site also offers targeted news reporting in the following major practice areas: appellate, class action, corporate/securities, intellectual property, and labor/employment.

Students will also find this resource helpful in their employment searches. Law.com provides up-to-date news and analysis on America’s major law firms , which can be useful for students who want to learn more about law firms during the job-seeking process. Finally, a section dedicated to law schools also provides information on law school rankings and major news related to law schools.

Be sure to check out this new resource available via the UNC Law Library!

How to Access : UNC Law students and faculty are able to access Law.com while on campus. However, any UNC Law student or faculty member wanting remote access to Law.com should e-mail Donna Nixon and request a subscription account.

Posted by Melissa M. Hyland on Thu. June 2, 2016 1:41 PM
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