LexisNexis Extends Database Subscription After Graduation

Law students rely heavily on the major legal databases while in law school for their legal research needs. It can be onerous on some graduates to maintain subscriptions to the databases past graduation, so it's nice to see that LexisNexis is providing free access to law students for a period after they graduate.

From LexisNexis:
"We recognize that your education extends beyond your formal law school program and we want to continue to meet your research needs after you graduate. Therefore, we are pleased to offer May 2014 graduates a complimentary ID that you can use through December 31st 2014. This special ID is intended to help you study for the bar, conduct your job search and become more efficient in Lexis Advance® research. As you may know, 90% of Am Law 100® firms, as well as government agencies and firms of every size, have Lexis Advance."

This is a great promotional tool for LexisNexis that shows their commitment to law students and law school graduates.

For any May 2014 graduates, make sure to take LexisNexis up on this special offer.


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