Lexis Advance Access for Law School Graduates

Your education extends beyond your formal law school program. We’re here to ensure you have the resources you need to achieve your goals with two ways to access Lexis Advance after graduation.

Graduate Access

When you graduate, you'll automatically have seamless Lexis Advance access for 6 months. Just continue to use the same username and password you used in law school while you study for the bar exam, research employers and prepare to start your career. You'll also have access to exclusive resources related to the transition from law school to employment and a Graduate Rewards Program.

Update your post-graduation information and receive a free eBook.

Submit your Lexis Advance ID below to let us know about your plans after graduation.

ASPIRE Access for Nonprofit Work

The ASPIRE program provides 12 months of free access to federal and state cases, codes, regulations, law reviews, Shepard's® Citation Service and Matthew Bender® treatises to graduates who are engaged in verifiable 501(c)(3) public interest work.

Submit your Lexis Advance ID below to begin the application. Upon acceptance to the program, you will receive a new Lexis Advance ID to use for your non-profit work.

Post-Graduation Information Update and ASPIRE Application

Your use of this graduate ID is subject to the General and Academic Terms and Conditions.

Basic Details

Basic Details

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Employment Information

Employment Information


  • The LexisNexis ASPIRE program provides graduates who are working for non-profit organizations with additional access to Lexis Advance® 12 months, while working with 501(c)3 organizations.

  • Upload documentation below verifying your public interest position. Documentation can be a letter from the organization clearly stating that the work you will be doing is for a 501(c)(3).

  • * All fields are required.
    • Eligibility:

      All graduates engaged in verifiable 501(c)(3)* public interest work .

    • Exclusions:
      • Government work (even if unpaid)*
      • Work for a law firm (even if it represents a non-profit organization)
    • *Government work such as working for a district attorney's office or public defender's office; administrative agencies; or clerking for a judge is excluded because these entities are not 501(c)(3) organizations. A 501(c)(3) organization is defined as one that is organized and operated exclusively for religious, charitable, scientific, testing for public safety, literary, or educational purposes.

      If you fall into one of these exclusions, simply apply for the Law School Graduate Program, rather than the ASPIRE ID.

    See complete details of ASPIRE program