More on Accessing Periodicals through Law.com

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As previously discussed on the blog, the library has a new subscription to Law.com which gives UNC law students and faculty access to a collection of current awareness legal periodicals.

The Law.com website includes original current awareness content as well as articles from periodicals such as American Lawyer, National Law Journal, Litigation Daily, Legaltech News, and The Supreme Court Brief. Each periodical included in the Law.com subscription has an individual website. When on a periodical’s website, you have access to both the online content and the current edition of the periodical. Links directly to all the individual periodicals included on Law.com are now available on the Law Library’s Legal Databases page. You can also link to each periodical through Law.com.

To search all the periodicals for an article, author, or topic, use the search function on Law.com. To search a specific periodical, use the search function on the individual periodical’s website. You also have the option of viewing articles by practice area (appellate, class action & product liability, corporate & securities, intellectual property, and labor & employment) or legal industry (law firms, in house, law schools).

Law students and faculty are able to access the Law.com subscription while on campus. If you need off campus access, please contact Donna Nixon at dnixon@email.unc.edu for credentials.

Complete List of Periodicals Available through Law.com:

  • The American Lawyer
  • Litigation Daily
  • Asian Lawyer
  • Corporate Counsel
  • Legaltech News
  • The National Law Journal
  • Legal Times
  • The Supreme Court Brief
  • Commercial Litigation Insider
  • Connecticut Law Tribune
  • Daily Business Review (FL)
  • Delaware Law Weekly
  • Delaware Business Court Insider
  • Daily Report (GA)

Posted by Nicole M. Downing on Fri. August 26, 2016 1:51 PM
Categories: Uncategorized


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