With your free Westlaw/Lexis ability, you might be able to convince them to take you as a research monkey.
You can't use westlaw and lexis for private practice over the summer. They make you agree not to do so, and if they catch you, you will be charged for the time you use the service (although this doesn't mean they actually will catch you, but the very idea of being personally billed their outrageous rates was enough to minimize my use over the summer)If I remember correctly, you can use your access for journal, research assistant positions w/ faculty, non-profit work, and maybe a couple of other things.
Have you ever heard of this happening? For Westlaw/ Lexis to do this would be really silly. They are trying to get you "hooked" on their product, and if you do they have a potentially life-long customer. I can't imagine them busting a student, considering their fierce competition with each other and what is at stake.