NYT Offers Unlimited Digital Access To Law Schools


The New York Times and the New England Law Library Consortium, an international consortium of academic and government law libraries, have teamed up to offer unlimited digital access to to all of NELLCO’s academic members in the United States, including Harvard Law School, University of Pennsylvania Law School, Yale Law School, American University’s Washington College of Law and The Brigham Young University’s Law School.

The move is the Times’ largest education digital access agreement to date. NELLCO members will be able to provide unlimited to their entire student body, faculty and administrators on campus at the NELLCO group rate.

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Participants will receive a personal log-in, granting them one year of access to Times content on the Web and smartphone apps.

“This collaboration with NELLCO marks a major milestone for The New York Times as we continue to expand our digital offerings to individuals at an organizational level," Yasmin Namini, chief consumer officer for the Times, said in a statement. “Access to the Times’ world-class journalism on our expanding digital platforms provides the participating students and faculty with the insight and analysis they need to enrich their curricula and overall learning experience.”

The Times provides print and digital content to students and faculty at over 1,500 college campuses around the globe.

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