Q. Can I get free digital access to the New York Times?

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The Library pays for a law school-wide site license for digital access to the New York Times. Each student, staff, and faculty must register individually using his/her own law school email account. 

Users should go to https://myaccount.nytimes.com/verification/edupass and then click on Create an Account, which will prompt them to put in their law school email address and select a password.

If users have already signed up for the NY Times, it may mean that they simply need to renew their pass to continue their access. Each pass is good for one year. To renew, users will go to the same URL (https://myaccount.nytimes.com/verification/edupass) but will bypass the “Create Account” box and click on the “Log In Here” link. They should login with their Law school email address and their selected NYT password. Once they login, they will receive a verification email. By following the link in the email, their pass will be renewed for 364 days.

Questions about an individual account can be directed to the New York times at edu@nytimes.com. If anyone has a question about our subscription, they can contact Jenny at lentz@law.ucla.edu.

 

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  • Last Updated Sep 14, 2021
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