Lexis has recently announced two programs that will allow spring 2013 graduates to enjoy extended access to the full range of content and tools on Lexis Advance – perfect for those studying for the bar or job hunting.
All new JD and LLM graduates may apply for a special account through the Lexis Law School Graduate Program anytime between now and December 31, 2013. Once activated, the account will remain active through December 31, and may be used for educational, bar review, and job-search purposes only. Please note that this program will not extend existing Lexis Law School accounts, but rather create a new ID for each registered graduate.
Graduates conducting verifiable 501(c)(3) public interest work may instead sign up for the Lexis ASPIRE Program, which will permit job-related access to Lexis Advance for the duration of the public interest work, even if beyond December.
All May graduates’ Lexis Advance accounts will continue to function fully through July 31, and continuing students will also automatically enjoy full access to Lexis Advance throughout the summer. No application process is required for these extensions.
See the library’s page on Lexis, Westlaw, and Bloomberg Law for details on summer and new grad extended access on all of these platforms.