The News Media and The Law Archive

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Issues available online:

2015:

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2014:

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2013:

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2012:

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2011:

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2010:

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2009:

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2008:

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2007:

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2006:

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2005:

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2004:

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2003:

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2002:

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2001:

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2000:

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What's an ePub?

An ePub is an electronic publication that is optimized for reading on a tablet, although they can be read on almost any electronic device, like a phone, laptop or desktop computer.

  • On an iOS device (iPhone, iPad, iPod), you can read an ePub using the iBook app. If you do not see it on your device, you can download it for free from the app store. Then, clicking on one of the 'ePub' links above from that device will allow you to open it directly in iBooks.

  • On a Mac laptop or desktop, you can read an ePub using the iBook program, which is a free app. Again, when you click on an 'ePub' link above, it should then open in iBooks.

  • On an Android device, you can use Google's free 'Play Books' app, or just search for "ePub" in the Google Play store (or any app store) and download a reader. One popular free one is called "Aldiko," although there are many that will work. You might also be able to open it in the Nook app, if you use that. (The Kindle app does not read ePubs.) To import an ePub to Google Play: Open the Google Play Books app. (It may appear as just "Play Books" among your apps.) From the menu, choose Settings > Enable PDF uploading. Exit the app, and download the ePub file on your device. When the download is complete, one of the options presented should be "Upload to Play Books." Choose that, and the file will be uploaded to your Google Play library.

  • On a Windows PC, download and install Adobe Digital Editions. Clicking on a downloaded ePub will then open in that program.