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Arkansas Judiciary Implements Qweri to Publish its Court Rules and Administrative Orders

Lexum is pleased to announce that the Arkansas Judiciary is now using Qweri as its publishing platform for court rules and administrative orders. In 2017, the Arkansas Judiciary decided to power its opinions website using Lexum’s Decisia, becoming the first U.S. state to adopt Decisia for its appellate courts. Decisia has drastically improved the usability […] Read more

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Pierre-Paul
Lemyre

NMOneSoure 2.0: Open Access to New Mexico Legal Information is now Powered by Lexum

New Mexico is one of the few U.S. States where the official publishing of legislation and case law is centralized in the hands of a specialized enterprise agency, the New Mexico Compilation Commission (NMCC), created in 1941. Over the last fifteen years, the State of New Mexico has been its own self-publisher of its official laws.  NMCC has been providing three distinct online […] Read more

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Ivan
Mokanov

AI4A2J

Originally published on Slaw.ca. The title of this post stands for Artificial Intelligence for Access to Justice. It sounds a little like buzzword festival. Rest assured however – there is no mention whatsoever of block chain or design thinking further down in the text. A few months ago we sent out an invitation to industry partners to join Lexum Lab (Lexum’s R&D team) to […] Read more

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Alisa Lazear
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Decisia 5.1 – Improvements to Metadata, Advertising Fields, Administrative Functions, and Search Features

Lexum is pleased to announce its latest version of Decisia: Decisia 5.1. Here’s what’s new: Greater Control of the Quality of your Metadata Input With Decisia 5.1, it becomes possible to make any metadata field mandatory. In addition to the metadata fields that were already mandatory by default (e.g.: the date), you can now decide […] Read more