Can I get free digital access to the Wall Street Journal?

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

You can find complete information regarding setting up your account on our Digital Newspapers LibGuide WSJ page. The Law School community also has access to the New York Times online. Find more information on the Digital Newspapers LibGuide NYT page.

 

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  • Last Updated Jan 11, 2023
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