Fall (and a lot of smoke) is in the air, meaning it’s newspaper time at BYU Law! As a BYU Law student, you have digital access to several major newspapers. I encourage you to take advantage of them to become a better voter, conversationalist, interviewee, and all-around informed person!

  • The New York Times. The New York Times will be sending an email to you soon (probably this week) with instructions to activate your personal account using your law school email address. Check your junk mail if you don’t see the email, or follow the setup instructions in the Law Library’s A-Z Database List (click “more information”).
  • Wall Street Journal. New this year! We are no longer providing paper copies of the Wall Street Journal, but now all law students can create a personal digital account! The WSJ offers some cool perks, including a free ebook every month from Harper Collins through WSJ+. Create your account using this link: WSJ.com/BYULaw.
  • The Washington Post. Students can access the digital edition of the Washington Post through this URL. Law library login required.

Contact me if you have any questions!