Bloomberg Law is a legal research system integrating
legal content (cases, statutes, regulations, and a citator service), along
with company and market information and news. In addition to the full range
of BNA content, Bloomberg Law also offers access to Federal and state court
dockets and filings, and a host of transactional resources.
A traditional Bloomberg Terminal, a sophistical tool for comprehensive research in the corporate and financial services area is available in the area behind the Reference Desk.
You can access Bloomberg Law through its website
with a username and password.
To request a password, follow the instructions at:
You MUST use your student email address.
After you submit the form, Bloomberg Law will send you access information.
Current students retain access to Bloomberg Law over the summer. Graduating students retain access for 6 months after graduation.
The Bloomberg Law Help Center (once signed in, click
the Help link in the upper right corner) provides detailed
instructions on to use the various features and tools.
Live help from the Bloomberg Law Help Desk is available 24/7 at: 1.888.560.BLAW (2529)
Click here for a copy of the Bloomberg Quick Reference Card and Bloomberg Law Overview Brochure.
Our Bloomberg Law Relationship Manager is: Lisa Blanck (Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; voice: 212.617.4674).
Spring 2013 Training Sessions:
*B1 (RSW credit) Effective use of Secondary Sources - 1/23/13 from 4:15-5pm
Overview of Bloomberg Law - 1/24/13 from 12:15-1pm
*B2 (RSW credit) Formulating Effective Searches - 1/28/13 from 4:15-5pm
*B3 (RSW credit) Effective Use of Citators (BCite) - 2/20/13 from 4:15-5pm
*B4 (RSW credit) Finding and Researching Statutes - 2/27/13 from 4:15-5pm
*B5 (RSW credit) Finding and Researching Administrative Regulations - 3/6/13 from 4:15-5pm
All classes are in room L207. Please register for trainings at https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?fromEmail=true&formkey=dGYzNDNFQ1pTcUFuTVY0ei1XQ1JBRFE6MQ