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The Law Library makes available to the Law School community a number of legal research databases. Additionally, all of the electronic resources available through the University Libraries are available for law school use as well. The University Libraries maintain a complete list of their databases.

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More Databases Available at UT University Libraries

More Databases Available from University Libraries

Popular Interdisciplinary Databases

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The following databases are newly acquired or being evaluated for a future subscription.
Practical Law This link opens in a new window
  • Available only to UT-Law Students, Faculty, and Staff
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UT Law affiliated users have access to Practical Law on WestlawNext. Generative AI tool. 

Texas Bar Practice This link opens in a new window
  • Available only to UT-Law Students, Faculty, and Staff
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The State Bar of Texas provides free access to all digital Texas Bar Books publications and subscriptions via the Texas Bar Practice website. Members of the UT Law community can sign up for a Law Education Account by following these instructions.

Wall Street Journal This link opens in a new window
  • Available only to UT-Law Students, Faculty, and Staff
  • OpenAthens  -  If prompted select University of Texas at Austin -Tarlton Law Library
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Alternate Name(s) WSJ

UT Law School faculty, staff, and students may sign up for individual access to the Wall Street Journal online (wsj.com/). To create an account, UT Law users should go to this link. You will be prompted to enter your UT EID and password. After you enter this information, you will be taken to a Wall Street Journal webpage where you can create a new account. For faculty and staff, this account will need to be renewed on a yearly basis. Faculty and staff users will receive an email notification seven days prior to the expiration of their current account. The email will have a link allowing faculty and staff users to refresh their account for another year. If you encounter any problems creating or renewing your account, please contact (msteinke@law.utexas.edu).
 

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