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: Session Summaries

Sep 17, 2012 By: Jessica Nelson

Many researchers like to keep a paper or electronic summary of their research sessions. WestlawNext® makes it extremely easy to do just

WESTLAW NEXT Tip of the Week: Finding Articles By Title

Sep 10, 2012 By: Jessica Nelson

Enhancements to WestSearch® make it even easier to retrieve a particular secondary source article. Simply enter the article’s title (or as much

WESTLAW NEXT Tip of the Week: Finding Forms

Sep 4, 2012 By: Jessica Nelson

Whether you’re a litigator or a transactional attorney, drafting and examining documents is likely an essential part of your job. Forms are

WESTLAW NEXT Tip of the Week: WestSearch Takes Key Numbers to the Next Level

May 7, 2012 By: Kim Ellenberg

The West Key Number System® is one of the most important components of WestSearch®, the world’s most advanced legal search engine. Because

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.

New Year’s Resolution

Jan 6, 2012 By: Lise Freking

When was the last time you made a New Year’s Resolution and stuck with it? I’m as guilty as they come. I

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

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