LexisNexis® Information Professional Update January, 2013
The newsletter specifically designed for legal information professionals
LexisNexis® Information Professional Update
Here it is … a new Update! Plus we have more news, including a bittersweet announcement (January 2013)
We have a number of changes in the works for you as we begin 2013. Some we are very excited about and look forward to sharing with you. One, however, is bittersweet.
An update on LexisNexis® migration from CD to eBook titles (January 2013)
We continually evaluate electronic formats which will best meet customer needs as the Legal Publishing industry continues to evolve.
WSJ Digital Plus (January 2013)
Now subscribe to WSJ.com®—tablet and mobile editions with links to lexis.com ®, Lexis Advance® and more—via LexisNexis®.
Lexis Advance® Quick Tip for Law Librarians:Filter search history by client (January 2013)
Your Lexis Advance® History—covering the previous 90 days—offers you great flexibility. For example, you can review the research completed for specific clients and send that history to others to review.
Verify volume data quickly and cost effectively (January 2013)
If your firm’s matters involve collections, bankruptcy, class action litigation or product liability, your attorneys may need to update thousands of addresses and phone numbers or quickly find information on large numbers of individuals, businesses or assets. Make sure they know about LexisNexis® Batch Solutions .
More ALM® practice-area treatises added (January 2013)
LexisNexis, the exclusive online, third-party provider of the broad, full-text collection of ALM® legal news sources, now has more than 140 practice-area treatises!
Just for law schools: Are you teaching research this spring? (January 2013)
Save time preparing your lessons with new and updated teaching tools for Lexis Advance ® .