Alumni can receive a User Card from the office of Alumni Services. You have access to Pence Law Library during public hours.
WCL’s Pence Law Library is the first law school in the country to offer its alumni access to HeinOnline’s Law Journal database. This database has more than 1,700 law and law-related journals with a broad range of coverage. Alumni can search the database by keyword, article title, author, subject, and/or state or country published. Articles can be downloaded in a searchable PDF format. Alumni access to HeinOnline is available through the CareerLink home page that can be accessed using a personal login and password. To request a CareerLink account, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org including your full name, date of graduation, degree program, and your primary e-mail address (which will become your CareerLink username). Registration may take up to two business days.
Alumni may use electronic databases and resources anywhere in the library. Wireless access and several computers are available for patrons’ use. Available databases include ProQuest Congressional, BloombergBNA topical materials, and CCH Intelliconnect.
WCL alumni are welcome to use the library and its collections the old-fashioned way—by stopping in during public hours:
Please note that these hours may change during the intercession (before and after semesters) and during winter break.
Alumni cards enable graduates to borrow circulating materials from the law library. Cards are available in the Office of Development and Alumni Relations at the law school.
Reference librarians are happy to assist graduates with research at their firms and offices to provide assistance with complicated research projects related to legislative history, regulatory issues, international and foreign law, and other topics. To contact a reference librarian, email email@example.com.