Individual Online Subscriptions Available to Cornell Students, Faculty, and Staff. Access requires the use of your Cornell email.
- FactivaFactiva is a database that provides powerful tools for searching and monitoring daily newspapers, magazines, journals, newswires, and trade publications including the New York Times and Wall Street Journal. With its News Pages feature, Factiva allows you to browse the current day’s front-page headlines from major U.S. newspapers and magazines.
- Financial Times Registration/F.T.comU.K. based global and financial, daily newspaper. Click on “Subscribe” in the upper right corner and follow the instructions.
- Law.comOnline access to publications from American Lawyer Media (ALM). This includes: The American Lawyer, The National Law Journal, New York Law Journal, Supreme Court Brief, Corporate Counsel, Legaltech News. Legal Week, Inside Counsel, The Recorder, and others. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are a Cornell student, faculty, or staff member and would like a registration link to create your own username and password to receive topical email alerts.
- New York TimesIn late August or early September, all Cornell Law students, faculty, and staff will receive in their Cornell email Inbox an invitation to register for online access to the New York Times. (Please remember to also look in your Junk email folder.) Access includes: NYTimes.com, NYTimes smartphone app, and NYTimes tablet app. These invitations do not expire and can be used up until the time that the next year’s invitations are sent. If you are already paying for online access to the New York Times using your Cornell email address, you will have to contact them and cancel your subscription BEFORE registering the Law Library provided access: email@example.com or (800) 591-9233. (Cornell Law School Students, Faculty, and Staff only). Please contact Nicholas Norton (firstname.lastname@example.org) for any access issues.
- Wall Street JournalCornell students, staff, and faculty can register for a free WSJ.com account using this link. If you are already paying for online access to the Wall Street Journal using your Cornell email address, you will have to contact them and cancel your subscription BEFORE registering the Cornell provided access. (1-800-JOURNAL and ask for a member of the Educational Services Team).