Law school students, faculty, and staff now — finally — have access to The Wall Street Journal on Lexis.
More than a year ago content from Factiva (The Wall Street Journal's corporate parent) moved from Westlaw to Lexis, and in the move law schools lost access to the Journal. At the time Lexis promised ZiefBrief that someday ("not never" was the exact time frame) the Journal would reappear, and now the day has arrived.
Along with The Wall Street Journal, law schools have also gained access to other Factiva content on Lexis, including the Asian Wall Street Journal, Barron's and Reuters News.
If you're an authorized Lexis user, you can get to The Wall Street Journal by following these steps: Select the "Find A Source" tab in the "Look for a Source" box; enter "Wall Street Journal" in the text box; make sure "Match terms in long names" button is checked. The Journal's coverage begins with January 1984.
[Thanks to Gleeson Library, all current members of the USF community have access to The Wall Street Journal via ProQuest Newspapers — which is why the law school did not feel the "Wexis" WSJ hiatus too keenly.]