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1L Year - How to Succeed

The purpose of this guide is to demystify the law school experience, show some of the many resources you can use to improve your law school experience, and impart some advice on how to approach law school.

Remote Access & VPN

The William A. Wise Law Library and the University of Colorado provide access to dozens of different electronic databases that can be useful for legal and nonlegal research by students, faculty, and staff. 

For complete details, please see our Remote Access to Library Resources Guide.  

To gain remote access (i.e., when you are not using the university’s wireless network or a university computer on campus) to many of the resources and databases provided by the library, you will need to log in to the CU VPN (Virtual Private Network) first. 

Before you can log in to the VPN you will have to download a free piece of software called Cisco AnyConnect.  CU OIT has a page providing a link to download Cisco AnyConnect and instructions (under “Documentation”) on how to setup and access the CU VPN here .

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