Answered By: Mariah Ford
Last Updated: Mar 23, 2017     Views: 135

How can I find a Wall Street Journal article?

 

Online:

The Wall Street Journal is available through a number of electronic databases. 

Law students, faculty, and staff can also access and search the Wall Street Journal via Lexis Advance. 

 

In Print:

Biddle Law Library receives the Wall Street Journal in print, and keeps the latest two weeks. Check out the reserve reading room --or ask at the circulation and reference desks if you are having trouble finding it. 

Lippincott (Wharton/Business), the Dental, and Veterinary Libraries keep current issues in print for use in the library. 

If you are looking for an online version of the print (the source you are checking has cited to the print version) or of the online version as it was posted, check out the options provided via the main library databases.

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