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News Resources

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Sign Up for Online Access:
  • 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)

We have law school-wide access to the online version of the New York Times via the Academic Pass program. Law school students, staff, and faculty members may use this service. A link to the New York Times' website and a link to sign up for an individual account can both be found on the DCLI website.  

To get access to the New York Times, use this Multipass-protected link. Set up an individual account using your "duq.edu" email address. Once you have created your account, you can sign into the New York Times website on the top right-hand side using the Log In button. 

Your individual account will be good for one year, at which time you will need to renew. (The system will allow you to set up an email calendar reminder if you like.) To renew, use the link provided above, but click on "Log In Here" rather than “Create Account.” After that, you should get a verification email. Click on the link in that email, and your account should be renewed for 364 days.

Tips: 

  • You can sign up for a variety of email newsletters.
  • Our access is similar to that provided to individual subscribers. However, please note that our access does not include e-reader editions, Premium Crosswords, or the New York Times Crossword apps. 

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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.

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Individual accounts can be set up using the following Multipass-protected link: WSJ.com/Duquesne.

The Legal Intelligencer is a daily Philadelphia legal newspaper that includes coverage of the Pittsburgh legal market. It offers columns on legal issues, case analysis, and verdicts. Many practicing attorneys read the Legal Intelligencer. A link to the Legal Intelligencer's website can be found on the DCLI website  under "News Resources." 

The online version of the Legal Intelligencer provides the current week's worth of issues along with some archived columns from previous months. Older content may be found on Lexis Advance.

To use our online access to the Legal Intelligencer, please log in (at the upper right side of the screen) using your Lexis credentials. If you are logged in as an individual user, you can go to "My Accounts" to set up access to a variety of email newsletters, including Pa Law Weekly, Breaking News, and AM Update. Members of the law school community who do not have a Lexis account may contact Julie Tedjeske to set up an account.

Tip:

Our subscription only provides access to the Legal Intelligencer, with very limited access to articles from other publications that are part of the Law.com network, many of which are provided on the same website as the Legal Intelligencer. You can access three free articles per month from the larger Law.com network before you hit a paywall. Please note, however, you can find much of this content by running a search in Lexis. Try searching in Lexis for the headline in quotes while limiting your search to  ”Legal News.”

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