Answered By: Jessica Pasquale Last Updated: Jan 03, 2017 Views: 19
Several of our electronic resources allow law students, faculty, and staff to create a personal account. These accounts often include features such as saving your favorite articles/books or sending email alerts.
The resources that include this feature are:
For Ravel Law and West Study Aids, you MUST be physically located within the Law School buildings when you sign up for an account. The option to create an account is on the home page of both resources.
For Law.com, a librarian must set up the account for you. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like an account.
Again, please note that these personal accounts are for current law students, faculty, and staff ONLY.
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