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The Chicago-Kent Law Library now offers free electronic access to West Academic Study Aids (WASA). No need to come to the reading room or check out older editions to use Nutshells or Hornbooks now! You’ll also find a wide range … Continue reading
Can you access your Westlaw, Lexis, and Bloomberg accounts over the summer? What about after graduation? The answer to both is yes, but with some restrictions for Westlaw and for graduates. Continue reading
On November 27, Chicago-Kent Society of Women in Law and the Chicago-Kent Law Library are hosting a free screening of RBG: the Ruth Bader Ginsburg Documentary. See schedule details and ticket links below.
The Chronicle of Higher Education is one of the best sources for the latest higher education news and information, as well as academic career information. We offer online access to past and current issues, through the IIT main campus library. … Continue reading
Can you access your Westlaw, Lexis, and Bloomberg accounts over the summer? What about after graduation? The answer to both is yes, but with some restrictions for Westlaw and for graduates. See below for more information.
Did you know the library offers services for our student organizations that range from event photography to hosting the law review and other journals? With new leadership coming on board at the end of the semester, here are a few of the … Continue reading
NOTE: For Fall 2019, We’ve been in contact with the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin and they’re working on a new subscription sign up process. We’ll update this post when we get a notification that the updated process is ready. Did … Continue reading
Learn how you can use your IIT login and CWID to sign up for personal access to the Wall Street Journal and subscribe to email newsletters or alerts. Continue reading
Did you know you have access to a free subscription of the New York Times at Chicago-Kent? Did you know you can customize what news you get via email? In an era of information overload, personalized news alerts and email … Continue reading