Lexum
Pierre-Paul
Lemyre
Lexum
Lexum

Lexbox Featured on LawSites

Lexbox is featured on the well-known LawSites blog, written by Robert Ambrogi: Lexbox Organizes and Monitors Canadian Legal Research Mr. Ambrogi is an accomplished lawyer and consultant who has been writing and speaking about the Internet, social media and legal technology for nearly 20 years. LawSites has earned Mr. Ambrogi several awards, most recently winning the “Friend of the North Award” at the 2015 Clawbies - the Canadian Law Blog Awards. Mr. Ambrogi has significant influence on both sides of the border. This is an honour for the Lexbox team. Please check out the article, and follow... Read more

Lexum
Pierre-Paul
Lemyre
Jessica Zita
Jessica
Zita

Lexbox: Making the Students of Today Efficient Lawyers of Tomorrow

Lexbox is everything a law student needs: it’s a Google extension that helps organize and monitor your online legal research. You can store relevant legal information from various online sources and alerts in one location. And, it’s free. Which is arguably its most important feature, if you’re a debt-riddled law student. I say ‘arguably’, because […] Read more

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Lexum

Lexbox 1.4.7: New Features!

We are excited to announce Lexbox 1.4.7. We’ve worked hard to ensure that Lexbox continues to make access to free online legal resources easy and organized. Lexbox now features expanded supported website coverage, as well improved overall functionality (e.g., save documents, email your finds, collect history, etc.). See below for a more detailed look at specific sites: CASELAW Federal Court of Appeal... Read more

Lexum
Pierre-Paul
Lemyre

What About Proactive Legal Research?

Let’s face it, legal research is something lawyers do in reaction to external events impacting their practice.  In a typical case, you first get into it following a meeting with a client raising a new or unfamiliar issue.  The client expects expert advice and sufficient knowledge to take a position and define a legal strategy.  […] Read more

Lexum
Pierre-Paul
Lemyre
Lexum
Lexum

New Beta Product: Lexbox

Lexum is pleased to announce a new free solution designed to help legal practitioners keep track of their legal research. Lexbox is a personal online workspace for legal research that complement existing legal information websites. It's convenient Chrome extension pops up when you undertake legal research and allows you to save search queries, cases, legislation or any other web pages all in one place... Read more

Lexum
Pierre-Paul
Lemyre