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LAW 747E - Law and Legal Professionals (Prof. Romig - Spring 2022)

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This verification process can take anywhere from 15 minutes to 24 hours depending on how busy their "registration" folks are (for example, it takes longer mid-August when 200 law schools are conducting orientations). Once you receive your Emory Law credentials, you will have access to Bloomberg Law so long as you remain at Emory Law.

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