Finals are wrapping up and the weather is finally warming up – summer is here. No matter what you are doing this summer, the library is here to help you.
We also have online research guides if you don’t know where to begin with your research project. They cover a variety of subjects, including free and low cost resources, Connecticut law, legislative histories, lists of major treatises, and many more. Keep reading for information about access to Westlaw, Lexis, Bloomberg, and other electronic resources:
You have full access to Lexis, Bloomberg, Hein, and other library electronic resources. You will also retain your borrowing privileges and are welcome to contact the reference librarians for research help. You will have access to Westlaw for up to 180 hours per month for non-commercial use only.
Alumni are always welcome to use the library and seek research help from the reference librarians. You will retain access to Lexis and Bloomberg Law for six months, and you can register for Westlaw’s Grad Elite program, which provides 60 hours per month of Westlaw for six months for non-commercial uses. You will be prompted to register for Grad Elite when you log into your Westlaw account.
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. Additionally, we have an extensive collection of Connecticut law materials and practice-based materials that you may find helpful.