Policy on the use of LexisNexis law school educational IDs
Students and faculty may use their LexisNexis law school educational ID only for academic purposes. “Academic purposes” include, but are not limited to:
- class preparation and assignments
- research associated with moot court or law review/law journal
- research associated with pursuing a grant or scholarship
- service as a research assistant to a professor (either paid or unpaid)
- an unpaid internship, externship or clinic for school credit or graduation requirement
- de minimis research for non-academic personal reasons (e.g. review of news materials for current awareness)
- other purposes determined in the sole discretion of LexisNexis, such as the Graduate ID Program
Students must be enrolled in a JD or LLM program or be a part of a LexisNexis approved pre-law or graduate program.
Except as related to the Summer Access program as described below, “Academic purposes” do not include research conducted for a law firm, corporation or other entity (other than a professor or law school) that is paying the student to conduct said research or that is passing along the costs of said research to a third party. These are deemed “commercial purposes”.
Students and faculty using their LexisNexis law school educational IDs for commercial purposes risk forfeiture of their ID; unless the use occurs during the prescribed period of Summer Access for law students.
Summer Access is available to all law students once classes end for the semester/academic year, for the months of May, June, July and August of 2016. LexisNexis believes your participation in a summer associate, internship or clerkship program is a valuable part of your legal education. For that reason, during this period the permissible uses of their LexisNexis law school educational ID are expanded to include use at any law firm, government agency, court or other legal position, internship, externship or clerkship.
Also, temporary LexisNexis custom sampling IDs that are given to students over the summer or at any time for free use of the Lexis Advance™ or lexis.com® research systems are not considered educational IDs and can be utilized for either academic or commercial purposes.
Each LexisNexis ID may only be used by the authorized user to whom it is assigned and may be not be shared with or used by any other person, including other authorized users. Students who have questions as to whether their proposed use of their LexisNexis law school educational ID is permitted under these guidelines can contact their LexisNexis Representative for further clarification.
In addition to the foregoing terms, your use of this service is subject to the General Terms and Conditions For Use of The LexisNexis® Services.