WESTLAW NEXT Tip of the Week: Finding Templates for Statutes

Oct 15, 2012 By: Jessica Nelson

Do you ever want to find a statute but don’t know the citation format? WestlawNext® has find templates that let you easily

WESTLAW NEXT Tip of the Week: Accessing Historical Versions of Statutes

Oct 8, 2012 By: Jessica Nelson

Legal research often requires us to find prior laws. For example, you may need to view the statute that was in effect

WESTLAW NEXT Tip of the Week: Table of Contents Delivery

Oct 1, 2012 By: Jessica Nelson

Tables of Contents on WestlawNext® makes it easy to quickly deliver multiple documents or an outline of an entire chapter within a

WESTLAW NEXT Tip of the Week: Checking Statutes in KeyCite

Jun 25, 2012 By: Kim Ellenberg

Statutes can be impacted by recently enacted or proposed legislation, as well as case treatments. For this reason, it is critical to

WESTLAW NEXT Tip of the Week: Using Graphical KeyCite

Jun 18, 2012 By: Kim Ellenberg

Use KeyCite® to view the direct history of a case in an easy-to-read graphical display. Graphical KeyCite traces the case through the

WESTLAW NEXT Tip of the Week: Checking Cases with KeyCite

Jun 11, 2012 By: Kim Ellenberg

Since the legal standing or authority of a case can change over time, it is important to verify that the cases you

WESTLAW NEXT Tip of the Week: Top Tips of 2011: Searching With WestSearch and Descriptive Terms

Feb 6, 2012 By: Kim Ellenberg

A major challenge of issue-based legal research is that most legal search engines are very literal.

WESTLAW NEXT Tip of the Week: How to Use KeyCite

Nov 14, 2011 By: Kim Ellenberg

With WestlawNext®, it’s easier than ever to use KeyCite® to determine whether or not a case, statute, administrative decision, or regulation is

WESTLAW NEXT Tip of the Week: Searching With WestSearch and Descriptive Terms

Aug 22, 2011 By: Kim Ellenberg

A major challenge of issue-based legal research is that most legal search engines are very literal. Literal search engines – such as