Posts Tagged ‘BNA’

University Libraries & Schmid Law Library to Offer Free Access to BNA

In Check This Out on August 29, 2013 at 5:37 pm

The Schmid Law Library and Love Library are pleased to announce the availability campus-wide of a significant online legal, environmental, business and general regulatory news and reporting service, BNA (Bureau of National Affairs).

All UNL users will now have access to premier news and primary law materials in taxation, environmental law, health law, health and safety, human resources, labor and employment, securities and corporations, banking, bankruptcy, patent and trademark law, legal professional responsibility, criminal law, bio tech and privacy to name just a fraction of what’s available. In all there are around 200 newsletters and databases available to all UNL faculty and students. Follow this link to sign up for daily, weekly or other periodic email newsletters and gain access to the individual databases.

The Bureau of National Affairs (BNA) founded in 1933 began publishing The United States Law Week, which focused primarily on reporting all legal news in the federal government. US Law Week quickly became the standard source of news about the US Supreme Court and all federal courts. Today, the company boasts the largest network of reporters in Washington, DC, that report exclusively on and gather legislative and regulatory materials on every topic imaginable. Many of their titles have become standard works in their areas of focus.


Times Are a Changin’

In Check This Out on March 4, 2013 at 5:12 pm

BNA Publisher Change

You may notice that some familiar titles formerly published under the imprint of BNA (Bureau of National Affairs) will look a little different. BNA and Bloomberg Law have merged and the new company is beginning to roll our new binders that reflect the new company name: Bloomberg BNA. Both companies have assured us that nothing more than the publisher’s name will change. We also encourage you to take a look at the updated list of Bloomberg BNA titles available via electronic subscription. One new title of note is BNA’s excellent Water Law & Policy Monitor.

Lexis Users Take Note
Beginning this summer, Lexis’s new platform, Lexis Advance will become the primary means for using Lexis. All old passwords will be discontinued this summer and you will be required to use your new Lexis Advance password. We recommend that everyone take the time now to register for your new Lexis Advance account now in advance of the switchover next summer. If you have questions about how to do this, please see one of the librarians.