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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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Lexum

Lexbox Premium Rolls Out

Lexum is proud to announce that Lexbox Premium is now available for Lexbox users interested in upgrading their base account with more storage capacity, more alert feeds, as well as a few unique features. You can view the complete plan here. Over the last few weeks several hundred users have contributed to testing the beta […] Read more

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Pierre-Paul
Lemyre

Connecting Public and Private Legal Information Part IV: Integrate CanLII with your Practice Management Solution

Last May my colleague Ivan announced four upcoming major milestones in Lexum’s plan for getting started with legal Knowledge Management-as-a-Service. Early this summer we reported the transformation of Lexbox into a private document repository allowing you to search your own material straight from the CanLII website. Later we integrated our citator to insert links pointing […] Read more

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Pierre-Paul
Lemyre
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Pierre-Paul
Lemyre

Connecting Public and Private Legal Information Part II: Linking your Legal Citations to CanLII Material

A month ago, I introduced Lexum’s first step in providing Knowledge Management as a Service (KMaaS) via Lexbox. This development has made it possible for Lexbox users to start searching their own documents alongside the public legal information made available on the CanLII website. This post covers the upcoming release of the second feature tied […] Read more

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Pierre-Paul
Lemyre
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Ivan
Mokanov

KM-as-a-Service

Knowledge management (KM) professionals know that there are several elements that will make or break the success of a KM initiative. One such element is mostly humans: Will the lawyers in your organization actually adopt the industry leading enterprise search system that you are spending big bucks on? At the same time, anyone who has […] Read more

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