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. It also enables you to create corresponding alerts feeds that you can receive by email, or directly in your Lexbox folders.
Lexbox already supports the CanLII website, as well as Lexum’s Supreme Court of Canada decisions website. If you are a user of one of those websites, we invite you to try it out for free here:
Lexum plans to support several additional legal research websites over the duration of the beta phase scheduled to last until late 2015. Power users can also expect premium features and enterprise-level accounts to be introduced down the road. But at this stage Lexbox is still very much a work in progress and user feedback greatly influence the development roadmap. In this context, please do not hesitate to let us know what you think about Lexbox.