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Using Your Laptop To Access WESTLAW At ACLL

WESTLAW access using your personal electronic device at ACLL

Here at Alameda County Law Library we make available, to the public, legal research databases including WESTLAW, LEXIS Advance, CEB’s OnLAW, and HeinOnline.  356 more words

Legal Research

Westlaw Poses Another Challenge To The Bluebook.

Journal of Law: Periodical Laboratory of Legal Scholarship, Vol. 2, No. 3, pp. 483-486, 2012 , by Ross Davies, George Mason University School of Law; The Green Bag ( 135 more words

Legal Writing

Westlaw Update Improvements

Westlaw, an app that allows you to access your Westlaw account to perform legal research on the go, has been updated with a redesigned home screen on the iPad. 36 more words

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WestlawNext: the new platform for US and International legal material - main features

Thomson Reuters recently released a new, user-friendly platform to replace their Westlaw International service. The new platform is called WestlawNext and contains all material previously accessible through Westlaw International. 732 more words

Legal Databases

Thomson Reuters Announcement of Case Errors on Westlaw and in Reporters

Thomson Reuters sent out the following announcement regarding errors in cases they’ve published on Westlaw and in their case reporters. The announcement includes links to further details. 271 more words

Thomson Reuters Says Westlaw Has A "Glitch." A Glitch?

Thomson Reuters Says Glitch Left Out Text from 600 Cases Since 2014, by Robert Ambrogi, Law Sites

http://www.lawsitesblog.com/2016/04/thomson-reuters-says-left-text-600-cases-since-2014.html

Subscribers to Thomson Reuters Westlaw and hard-copy reporter volumes got a surprise last night: An email informing them that TR had erroneously omitted small portions of text from some 600 cases published since November 2014.

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The Law Nerd Manifesto, or Email from Thomson Reuters Shows Why We Need Government-Hosted, Boolean-Searchable, Free, Public Access to Caselaw.

We pay a couple thousand dollars a month to Thomson Reuters — owners of the Westlaw database — for the privilege of searching and retrieving decisions by the federal and state judges who are paid from our tax dollars to decide the cases in our public justice system.  575 more words

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