Q. Can I get a free subscription to the Wall Street Journal or the Los Angeles Times through the Library?

Answer

Unfortunately, the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post and Los Angeles Times do not offer academic subscriptions to students (or to campuses) directly through their websites. Both newspapers are 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 and Wall Street Journal are available through Lexis on your Law School account and the Law Library has the last 6 weeks of these publications available in print at the Circulation Desk.

 

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  • Last Updated Mar 31, 2021
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