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NELLCO is collaboration. Law librarians have always worked together to improve access to legal information and NELLCOs accomplishments demonstrate how we can achieve so much more through our collective efforts than we can working individually. Paul M. George Associate Dean and Director of Biddle Law Library University of Pennsylvania Law School Philadelphia PA NEW YORK March 19 2014 The New York Times and NELLCO an international consortium of academic and government law libraries have come together to offer unlimited digital access to to law schools around the country including Harvard Law School University of Pennsylvania Law School Yale Law School American Universitys Washington College of Law and The Brigham Young Universitys Law School. In what is The New York Timess largest education digital access agreement to date all 110 U.S.- based academic NELLCO members have an opportunity to provide unlimited access to the entire student body faculty and administrators on campus at the NELLCO group rate. Participants will receive their own personal log-in granting them one year of access to New York Times content on the web and across smartphone apps which include The Timess core news apps on iPhone Android Windows Phone and BlackBerry10. This collaboration with NELLCO marks a major milestone for The New York Times as we continue to expand our digital offerings to individuals at an organizational level said Yasmin Namini chief consumer officer The New York Times. Access to The Timess world-class journalism on our expanding digital platforms provides the participating students and faculty with the insight and analysis they need to enrich their curricula and overall learning experience. NELLCO is thrilled to be working with The New York Times to make affordable digital access available to law schools across the country. This is a win not only for NELLCO member institutions but also for members of the Mid-America Law Library Consortium MALLCO said Tracy L. Thompson executive director New England Law Library Consortium NELLCO. Together NELLCO and MALLCO represent more than half of the law schools in the U.S. The New York Times remains an important resource for our students faculty and staff and we are proud to be part of the effort to connect the next generation of readers to the next generation of The New York Times. Yale Law School Among Participating NELLCO Consortium Members to Offer Unlimited Digital Access to Web Smart Phone Apps THEN Early collaborations were focused on reciprocal resource sharing and access agreements. NOW Those early efforts built a foundation of trust that allows todays members to collaborate on many fronts. 3 PRESS RELEASE t h en N o w