Who we are

NLA media access was established by the UK national newspapers in 1996 to manage newspaper copyright collection.  The NLA works on behalf of the UK's newspapers and licenses organisations to make paper and digital copies of newspaper content. The NLA currently licenses over 150,000 businesses and organisations ranging from large government bodies, public and limited companies to partnerships and public relations agencies.

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Legal Practices

"We need to see the original articles, as they were published in the press. Finding a library or service which keeps back copies of original newspapers can be difficult enough and, as is common in Legal Libraries, when we do need them we usually need them very quickly. Clipsearch is a really quick way of getting them." - Lovells LLP


Show how a case or an event has been covered in the papers

If you need to see how your client, your case or related events have been covered in the press, you need the original article, as it was printed.

With Clipsearch you can find articles from around the UK, and find the article with the formatting, colours and images, just as it was printed.