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The State Bar of Wisconsin Modernizes Books Unbound With Qweri

The State Bar of Wisconsin produces over 60 Continuing Legal Education publications that have been trusted and relied on by Wisconsin attorneys for decades. These publications include all the “brown binders” and other treatises, the Wisconsin Attorney’s Desk Reference, and the Wisconsin Judicial Benchbooks. Books Unbound is the bar exclusive online digital resource and provides […] Read more

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Qweri 3.7.20 – User Interfaces Tweaks

Lexum recently released Qweri 3.7.20. We generally do not issue release notes for minor releases (or hot fixes), but this one includes a few improvements to the website and the administrative interface that we thought worth mentioning. Here’s what’s new: “Expand/Collapse All” Links Since version 3.7.15, Qweri displays an “Expand All” link at the top […] Read more

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BeaconLive and Lexum Partner to Improve Access to CLE Publications

Bar associations and other continuing legal education providers now benefit from synergies between BeaconLive’s all-in-one CLE, certificate, eLearning, webinar & virtual event solution, and Qweri by Lexum’s interactive online manual solution.   This new partnership allows integration between the delivery of webinars and in-person events with advanced online publications, using market-leading... Read more

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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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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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TMX Expands Content Publishing via Qweri with Canadian Derivatives Clearing Corporation Rules

In early 2020, we announced that TMX Group had adopted Lexum’s solutions to improve online access to its public resources. This initiative was initially designed to promote documents helping issuers maintain their listing on the TSX, including the TSX Company Manual that was made available through Qweri, but also staff notices, forms, notices of approval […] Read more

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