Summer 2021 Access for Continuing Students
Continuing Iowa Law students may use their Bloomberg Law account during the summer without restriction, with no additional registration required.
Continuing Iowa Law students will automatically have free unlimited use of their law school Lexis+ ID this summer. This includes workplace related research, though students should check with their employer. Many firms prefer summer associates use a firm issued Lexis Id. No registration is required for summer access, students sign in as usual.
Students can further prepare for their summer jobs with our on-demand Prepare to Practice Resources.
- Practice-Ready Certification
- Practice area webinar recordings and quizzes
- Virtual and In-Person Training
Iowa Law students who are continuing their studies may use Thomson Reuters products, including Westlaw and Practical Law, over the summer for non-commercial research. Examples of permissible uses for your academic password include the following:
- Summer coursework
- Research assistant assignments
- Law Review or Journal research
- Moot Court research
- Non-Profit work
- Clinical work
- Externship sponsored by the school
Access for May 2021 Graduates
Spring Iowa Law graduates may continue to access Bloomberg Law for six months after graduation, no additional registration required.
Spring Iowa Law graduates will be able to continue using their law school Lexis ID through December 31, 2021. No registration required. Graduates can sign into Lexis+ as usual. Graduates will have the same world-class legal and news content enjoyed in law school, excluding public records.
Graduating students who will be doing nonprofit work may apply for access to Lexis’s ASPIRE program here.
Spring Iowa Law graduates may access Thomson Reuters products, including Westlaw and Practical Law, for six-months after graduation through the Grad Elite program. Your Grad Elite access gives you 60-hours of usage on these products per month for non-commercial purposes to gain understanding and build confidence in your research skills.