Can I get a free subscription to the Los Angeles Times through the Library?

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Unfortunately, Los Angeles Times does not offer academic subscriptions to students (or to campuses) directly through its website. It is available online through ProQuest & Factiva when you are on campus.

Information about off-campus access to these resources is available in our Access to Databases LibGuide. UCLA Law Students can go directly to MyLaw for instructions: https://my.law.ucla.edu/vpn

Additionally, the LA Times is available through Lexis on your Law School account and the Law Library has the last 6 weeks available in print at the Circulation Desk.

The Law Library does provide free individual accounts to the New York Times and the Wall Street journal to members of the UCLA Law School Community.  Visit our Digital Newspapers LibGuide for details. 

  • Last Updated Jan 09, 2023
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  • Answered By Donna Gulnac

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