Complimentary 12-Month Digital Access Subscription to The Times of London

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Do you enjoy reading about breaking world news or perusing articles from the 19th and 20th centuries? Are you a fan of The Premier League? Or do you just love a challenging crossword puzzle?

I have good news for you! 

UNC Law students and faculty who are active subscribers to The Wall Street Journal are now able to register for a complimentary, 12-month digital subscription to The Times of London. This additional subscription (offered through The Wall Street Journal) includes:
  • Unlimited digital access to The Times and The Sunday Times;
  • Access to the smartphone and tablet apps; 
  • Unlimited digital access to The Times of London's magazines and supplements;
  • Access to an archive of over 16,000 crosswords and puzzles in The Times Crossword Club; and
  • Digital access to over 200 years of articles in The Times archives.

How do I sign up? As a quick reminder, UNC Law students and faculty currently have access to digital subscriptions to The Wall Street Journal through the UNC Law Library. You can find out information for registering via your My Carolina Law account. You will need to be registered for The Wall Street Journal before you can access this offer.

Once you’ve completed your registration for The Wall Street Journal, follow this link to complete your registration for The Times of London.

Note: The Times of London complimentary subscription is offered through The Wall Street Journal, and it is not affiliated in any way with the UNC Law Library. We cannot assist you with your subscription to this additional resource, and we are unable to predict when this offer will end.


Posted by Melissa M. Hyland on Mon. September 10, 2018 11:16 AM
Categories: Uncategorized


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