Summer Access to Westlaw, Lexis, Bloomberg, and Other Library Databases

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Here is a summary of the access to databases that will be offered for students and graduates during the summer of 2019:

Westlaw

Returning Students

You may use your Westlaw account through the summer for noncommercial research, such as law school activities, research assistant assignments, work for a nonprofit, or in an unpaid internship.

Graduates

Graduates may use their Westlaw accounts for free for 6 months after graduation. In order to gain access, you simply need to extend your password by visiting our Grad Elite page:  https://lawschool.westlaw.com/authentication/gradelite

Lexis

Returning Students

Lexis access continues through the summer with no restrictions on time or usage.

Graduates

You will have access to Lexis until December 31, 2019. If you are working for a nonprofit organization, you may be able to extend your access even longer through the ASPIRE Program.

Bloomberg Law

Returning Students

Bloomberg access continues through the summer with no restrictions on time or usage.

Graduates

You will have access to Bloomberg Law for six months after graduation.

Other Library Databases

Returning Students

Returning students have full access to all of our databases, such as HeinOnline, Proquest, and Ravel throughout the summer.

Graduates

Alumni are always welcome to use the library and seek research help from the reference librarians. If you stay in the area as you begin your legal careers, remember that the majority of our electronic resources can be accessed by any patron from within the library, including Westlaw.

 

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Anne Rajotte
Reference Librarian,UConn Law

Anne provides general and in-depth reference services, including research assistance and instruction, in all areas of the law.  She oversees the library’s faculty research service, including hiring, training, and supervising the library’s research assistants.  She holds a J.D. from Boston College Law School and an M.L.S. from Southern Connecticut State University.  While in law school, Anne was the editor-in-chief of the Boston College Environmental Affairs Law Review, and she has also served as a judicial clerk for the Massachusetts Probate and Family Court and a civil litigator with a law firm in Connecticut.