Answered By: Mindy Kent Last Updated: Mar 21, 2018 Views: 854
Yes, we have access to the online Wall Street Journal. For details on how to sign up for an individual subscription, please consult our Guide to Newspapers for the HLS Community.
Other sources for Wall Street Journal articles:
Harvard Access (Harvard Key required):
ProQuest ABI/INFORM Global (text, 1984 - present)
ProQuest Digital Microfilm (full page images, 2008 - present, most recent 3 months not available)
ProQuest Historical Newspapers (page images, 1923-1999)
Nexis Uni (text, 1973-present)
Factiva (text, 1979-present)
To browse the current days news in Factiva, select News Pages at the top left. Then select Group Pages from the drop-down. Headlines from the Wall Street Journal, NY Times, and Washington Post will appear on the right side. Scroll down to The Post, and then use the drop-down to browse by specific sections.
Law School Affiliates (password required):
Lexis Advance (abstracts 1979-1983, text 1984 to present)
Westlaw (abstracts, 1973 to the present)
For further research or library guidance, ask us anything anytime: http://asklib.law.harvard.edu/