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  • Access: Northeastern University School of Law students, faculty, and staff.
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Consult the Understanding,Mastering, Q&A, Skills & Values and A Student's Guide series. You can access the study aids anywhere, anytime, on any device with no restrictions. Initially access the Legal Study Aids Collection with your Northeastern credentials. Thereafter your computer/device will remember your access and personalized account.
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OnlinePass lets you access a comprehensive and completely searchable database of every MCLE online resource as well as a collection of non-MCLE databases including law firm practice alerts, BBO disciplinary decisions, and decisions from state administrative agencies. (See "More Info" for access to seminars)
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Provides in-depth, current, coverage of over a dozen major topic areas down to the micro-level of what Congress, federal agencies, and trade associations are doing. Check out data, reports, federal and state legislative hour-by-hour coverage.
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Selected titles. For example: Aids & the Law, New Wigmore: a Treatise on Evidence, Standard Federal Tax Reporter, Food Drug and Cosmetics Law, and Securities Regulation

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