The Law Library has recently subscribed to the electronic version of the National Law Journal, a legal news source.  The National Law Journal is a great place to stay current on what’s going on in the law and in legal education.  BYU Law students and faculty can get access to the National Law Journal by going to this link or by finding it on the library’s A-Z resource list.  Free registration to the National Law Journal allows users 5 free articles a month, but our subscription (accessed through the above link) will now allow the BYU Law community unlimited access to NLJ articles.  Occasionally, NLJ links to stories from other publications like the Legal Intelligencer and the Recorder.  Free registration is needed to access these non-NLJ stories.