Some of the sources and titles mentioned below are subscription dependent, please contact your account manager or call us on 0845 370 1234 if you would like to discuss adding any of these services to your existing subscription.
We’re making things simpler to use and even better. Coming in December (subject to successful release testing) – a new results page.
o Find the result you’re looking for – when running a search over all our content the results will now appear with tabbed results by content type making it easier for you to find the result you’re looking for.
o Need to gather all your relevant results in one place? The new “Add to my documents” link allows you to easily gather all your key documents in one place.
o Want to be able to search widely and easily narrow down to the result you’re looking for - all available “Narrow by…” filters will be open and display the top 5 categories in that search.
o Is this what I’m looking for? Scroll through excerpts showing your result hits in the document to help you decide if you want to open the full document.
o Option to switch between new results and classic results (the old results page) while you get used to the new interface.
This December will see the Beta release and will be optional for users. You can try out the new results by clicking the banner at the top of the results page or continue using the classic (current) version.
We’ve been adding PDFs for your favourite journals on LexisLibrary. This allows you to have the experience of reading your journals in more than just black and white.
Download the articles and read them on your favourite mobile devices at your leisure.
Easy to read journal articles for 22 LexisNexis titles including the highly popular Tax Journal, Taxation Magazine, NLJ and Criminal Law and Justice Weekly.
We’ve also included pagination and logos on LexisLibrary with full text of articles from 2010 onwards, making it easier to reference articles and see where you are.
All this and an index covering over 600 journals and professional blogs make it easier for you to find the journal content you need.
What does this content do? Is it relevant to me? When is it updated?
Our revised content guides will answer all these questions and more:
• Images of books for easy recognition.
• Clear statements of what the content can be used for and how up-to-date it is.
• Quick links into LexisLibrary.
• Links to author profiles and more information.
These guides are currently available now on LexisWeb, and will be coming to LexisLibrary in December (subject to successful release testing).
Halsbury’s EU Legislation Implementator
Available on menus including Legal Library, Bar Collection, Halsbury, Local Government, and Primary Law.
Need to know which EU Directives are implemented in England and Wales? Halsbury’s EU Legislation Implementator has the answer.
• Comprehensive coverage of all Directives implemented in England and Wales by statutory instrument, organised by subject area.
• Details such as transposition status and implementation by Acts and quasi-legislative material for key Directives tracked by LexisNexis EU Tracker.
New Law Guide to the Family Procedure Rules
Available on menus including Family, High Street Practitioner, Legal Library and Academic Library.
This content provides professionals in the public sector, private practice and scholars with:
• A comprehensive and detailed guide to the Family Procedure Rules 2010
• The implications for family law practitioners
• The differences between the old and the new rules
• Guidance as to where the Civil Procedure Rules apply.
Tracking a case? Appeal Tracker will now send you an alert. You no longer need to check the status of a case in LexisLibrary daily.
Need to keep up to date on the latest Practice Directions in your area of law? We’ll now send you the full text of the practice direction.
We even include practical information such as the latest court information, changes to opening times, closures and term times, in addition to judicial appointments and retirements.
Following a particular tax case? Get updates to the status of tax cases, ranging from First-tier Tribunal to Court of Justice of the European Union.
To find out more about setting up an alert, click on the Help link in the top right hand corner on LexisLibrary and search for ‘How do I create an update?’.