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Sign Up for Online Access to Quimbee, CALI, the NYT, the WSJ, and More

by Duquesne Center for Legal Information on 2019-09-04T18:24:00-04:00 | Comments

Did you know that as a Duquesne Law student, you have access to the online versions of the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal as well as study aids such as Quimbee and CALI? In order to access these resources and more, you will need to set up an account. 

Use the links below to create your accounts; to access these resources in order to use them, please see the A-Z Database List. 

Please feel free to contact Julie Tedjeske, Electronic Resources and Instructional Services Librarian, if you have any questions about setting up your accounts or using our electronic resources more generally.  

General Legal Research

  • Casetext/CARA A.I. (analyzes the text of a document to recommend related resources; good for double-checking your work or for locating relevant authority that an opponent's brief fails to cite) 
  • Bloomberg Law (general legal resources, PACER-like docket information, and news resources)
  • MyHein from HeinOnline (instruction sheet on MyHein, which allows users to save bookmarked documents and to get Table of Contents email alerts when a new issue of a particular journal is out)

News and Current Awareness

  • The New York Times (use this Multipass-protected link to set up an account; email newsletters are also available)
  • The Wall Street Journal (use this Multipass-protected link to set up an account; email newsletters are also available)

Study Aids

  • Quimbee (videos, quizzes, practice tests, and more)
  • CALI (interactive tutorials and short podcasts)
  • Courtroom Cast (editable, sharable text/ MP3 versions of cases organized by subject or casebook, plus some videos)

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