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The Oregon State Bar Upgrades BarBooks with Qweri

Since 2007, the Oregon State Bar Legal Publications program operates an online library of approximately 50 legal treatises and other resources called BarBooks. The collection includes a broad range of titles such as: Oregon Constitutional Law Oregon Rules of Professional Conduct Annotated Oregon Uniform Jury Instructions Oregon Civil Pleading and Litigation Rights of Foreign Nationals […] Read more

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Lexum is Nominated for the Finals of the 2022 Inspiring Workplaces Awards!

We are extremely proud to share that Lexum has been selected as a finalist for the 2022 Inspiring Workplaces Awards. Formerly the Employee Engagement Awards, the Inspiring Workplaces Awards recognize forward-thinking and people-first organizations. We are humbled to join this impressive list of leading businesses successfully implementing innovative people strategies: All organizations were evaluated... Read more

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Qweri 3.7 – Changes to Publication Statuses

Lexum is pleased to announce its latest version of Qweri: Qweri 3.7. Here’s what’s new: Changes to Publication Statuses Updated Publication Statuses With Qweri 3.7, documents can be assigned one of three possible publication statuses: The former “Public” and “Visible to” publication statuses are both replaced by “Publish”. “Disabled” is replaced by “Hold”. Figure 1: [&hellip... Read more

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Pierre-Paul
Lemyre

Lexum’s Approach to Automatic Classification of Case law: From Statistics to Machine Learning

Lexum focus has always been on using the latest technology to automate legal publishing with the goal of improving the cost/benefit ratio of accessing legal information. For this reason, we historically favoured full text search engines over classification systems based on a thesaurus. The manual labelling of judicial and administrative decisions is a labour-intensive process […] Read more

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NovaWorks and Lexum Announce Legislative Data Management and Publishing Partnership

NovaWorks and Lexum join forces to support the legislative sector with top-of-the-class cloud solutions for the management and publishing of legislative data. NovaWorks offers a wide range of convenient and easy to customize online solutions supporting a modern parliamentary experience, including e-voting, e-petitions, sitting calendar, members management, and more. By combining a selection of NovaWorks... Read more

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Lexbox 4.0 – Support of New CanLII Subjects

Lexum is pleased to announce its latest version of Lexbox: Lexbox 4.0. Here’s what’s new: Support of New CanLII Subjects CanLII recently announced the launch of AI generated subject classification for Saskatchewan and Ontario case law. Subjects are also made available for commentary. The new subjects are now supported by Lexbox. Subjects associated with documents […] Read more

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Decisia 6.3 – More Intuitive Publication Statuses

Lexum is pleased to announce its latest version of Decisia: Decisia 6.3. Decisia 6.3 introduces a more streamlined approach to group management and user access to documents. It offers improved integration with Qweri. More Intuitive Publication Statuses With Decisia 6.3, documents can be assigned one of three possible publication statuses: Former “Intranet viewers”[1] and “Visible […] Read more

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Lexbox 3.6 – Saving/Emailing Sections of Legislation

Lexum is pleased to announce its latest version of Lexbox: Lexbox 3.6. Here’s what’s new: Saving/Emailing Sections of Legislation You’ll now find “Save this section” and “Email this section” options in the section tools displayed in CanLII’s legislation. Visible Discussion Intensity For alert feeds pertaining to case noteup searches, you’ll now notice CanLII’s jalape... Read more

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The Social Security Tribunal of Canada Launches its New Website Integrating Decisia

On August 31st, the Social Security Tribunal (SST) of Canada launched a redesigned website to provide a more intuitive experience to its various stakeholders. Some of the new features include: An intuitive layout, broken down by benefit type An improved decision search function based on Decisia Plain language throughout, including some infographics The new decision […] Read more

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