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LAW 747E - Law and Legal Professionals (Prof. Romig - Spring 2021): Searching in Bloomberg Law

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Searching in Bloomberg Law

Bloomberg Law is a subscription-based legal research resource available through Emory to find the latest Legal News and Analysis. It also includes primary and secondary legal resources, company and market information and news, and BNA legal newsletters and portfolios. Bloomberg offers training videos and resources on the different services and products available here

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How to Sign Up for Bloomberg Law

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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.