Duquesne Law faculty, staff, and students have access to a variety of news resources, including online access to the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, the Legal Intelligencer, the Chronicle of Higher Education, and the Pittsburgh Business Times. If you need help using any of these resources, please contact Julie Tedjeske, Electronic Resources and Instructional Services Librarian (email@example.com).
Duquesne Law faculty, staff, and students can create Wall Street Journal accounts. You can use this account to login to the Wall Street Journal when you are off campus or outside of the library's I.P. range. Users have access to the WSJ.com and the associated apps and electronic newsletters.
Individual accounts can be set up using the following Multipass-protected link: WSJ.com/Duquesne.
Duquesne Law faculty, staff, and students can create NYT Academic Pass accounts. You can use this account to login to the New York Times when you are off campus or outside of the library's I.P. range. A variety of email newsletters are available.
The Duquesne Center for Legal Information provides access to an online version of the Legal Intelligencer, which is the daily Philadelphia legal newspaper that also provides coverage of the Pittsburgh legal market. Access is restricted to current Duquesne Law faculty, staff, and students.
Allegheny County Bar Association's Court Capsules, providing information on rule amendments and court opinions
AllSides, a general news aggregation site providing views on a topic from left, right, and center
Juris Magazine (Duquesne Law School)