Do you ever find yourself browsing the web, seeing suggested articles from popular news sites with a topic that is worthy of a mouse click, but quickly realize you do not have access to the full content or have reached your maximum number of free articles? If this sounds like you, and you are a UGA School of Law student, faculty or staff member then you are in luck!

What Does Access Include?

Our Law Library’s group pass provides for individual subscriptions including unlimited access to the NYTimes website and smartphone apps (does not include the tablet app). As one of the longest standing and leading news outlets, NYTimes produces live news, investigations, opinion, photos and video from more than 150 countries around the world.

How Do I Enable My Subscription?

You must first create an account and password while on the UGA Law School network using our group pass. To make sure you are on the network, you will need to verify whatever device you are using while on campus is connected to our wired or wireless network and not pulling from your own data plan. If you already had a personal paid account with NYTimes using an email address you plan to use for starting your law user subscription, you must first unsubscribe before activating your UGA Law group subscription with that email address.

Continued Access & Troubleshooting:

Once your account is created on our network you can access using your email address anytime from anywhere for a full year! After 1 year members of the law school community will need to renew their account following the same steps for account creation. If you experience any issues, please reach out to us by emailing lawref@uga.edu or chatting with a member of our reference team by visiting: https://www.law.uga.edu/chat-reference.

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