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Library Resources for Stanford Law School Students


The Robert Crown Law Library provides free digital access to The New York Times to all current Stanford Law School students, in addition to the Wall Street Journal and Financial Times, which are available to all Stanford University students.  Please visit our Major U.S. Newspapers guide for more information and details on how to access newspaper the subscriptions and archives

Additionally, the Library's leisure reading area (located on the first floor of the library) offers current newspapers including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, San Francisco Chronicle, USA Today, The Mercury News, San Francisco Business Times, and Financial Times.  Legal newspapers, such as The Daily Journal and New York Law Journal, are also available.

Bloomberg Legal News

Bloomberg Law News is a fantastic method to stay current on the latest news in particular areas of law.  You can subscribe to a newsletters focused on a particular topic and set the Bloomberg topic's webpage as your Bloomberg homepage.  You can subscribe to the following legal topics:

*Access to BLAW is limited to the Stanford Law School community and requires personal, custom usernames and passwords from each, individual user.  If you need assistance setting up a BLAW account, then please contact the Reference Desk at (650) 725-0800 or

Subscribing to Bloomberg Law News Channels

From Bloomberg Law's homepage, click the "Subscribe to Newsletters" link in the "Popular Links" box.


You can subscribe to any of the news channels to get updates via email and personalize specific topic concentrations. 

When viewing any of Bloomberg's topic news channels, you have the option to set that page as your Bloomberg home screen, favorite it, or subscribe to its newsletter.