Q. As a student, when do I have access to databases through Single Sign-On (SSO) or proxy service?
You have access to our licensed databases and electronic resources when you have enrolled in a Law Center class and your information has been provided to us from the Registrar Office. If you are currently enrolled in a Law Center class and see a message such as "Your library patron account is not authorized to access licensed resources" when you try to sign-on (using your university NetID and Password), then please contact Access Services (firstname.lastname@example.org).
For questions regarding electronic resources that are accessed outside of our SSO and through individually assigned accounts, such as Westlaw, Lexis and Bloomberg Law, please contact Reference Services (email@example.com).
If you are a currently enrolled student and are having difficulties in accessing a specific database after you sign-on with your NetID and Password, then please read our Troubleshooting Database Connection Problems page.
If you graduated from GULC, please see our Alumni Resources guide for resources and services available to you.