Lexis Advance Now at the Law Library

By Kelly on May 09, 2015//Leave a comment
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On May 1, 2015 the Law Library went live with the new Lexis Advance platform for library patron access. Check out this next-generation research service at your nearest library branch location. This database allows users to search in a single search box and enter plain English search terms.


In particular, it is easy to search across all of the content and then narrow your search to the type of source you want (case law, statutes, secondary sources, and more). The same content you grew to expect from our Lexis Classic subscription is still there: National Primary Law with unlimited Shepard’s Citations Service; the California Practice Library including very important titles such as California Forms of Pleading and Practice  and California Legal Forms Transaction Guide. Also, the Law Library subscription provides all Federal Briefs, Pleading and Motions (where we used to have only U.S. Supreme Court Briefs).


Check out the FREE training classes this month.

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    My apologies about not making it down there after all for today’s training on advance lexis research. I’ve just had a walk-in emergency by a client.

    • Kelly

      That’s okay. Due to popular demand, we will be offering the Lexis Advance training twice in June: once at our Vista location (June 25) and once at our Downtown location (June 30). You can sign up using the links on our calendar page:

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