Lexum Newsletter, June 2019 - vol. 17
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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 15 years, the State of New Mexico has been its own self-publisher of its official laws. 
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The Reports of the Exchequer Court of Canada Now Available Online
Decisions from the Reports of the Exchequer Court of Canada (1891-1922) and the Canada Law Report (1923-1970) have been digitized and published on the Canada Federal Courts Reports (FCR) website powered by Decisia.  This is a total of 74 volumes and close to 3,000 historical decisions that were scanned and processed for publishing by Lexum on behalf of the Office of the Commissioner for Federal Judicial Affairs Canada (FJA).
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Lexbox Tip: Follow the Trail of Your Legal Research Activity
The Lexbox Recent History feature can help you backtrack your research activity so that you can access those documents you may have discarded. The Recent History feature was designed for legal researchers to look for a search they performed, or a document they visited, and review it again.
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Over 8,000 cases from the Western Weekly Reports Have Been Added to CanLII
Similarly to their previous caselaw projects, CanLII published the documents using an innovative PDF format, powered by Lexum technology. This allows for the documents to be uploaded at a low cost with digital features such as linked citations and full text searching. 
>> Read more about this milestone here
The BC Surface Rights Board Deploys Decisia
on Its Website

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Arkansas Judiciary Implements Qweri for its Court Rules and Administrative Orders
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AI4A2J - Artificial Intelligence for Access to Justice
A few months ago we sent out an invitation to industry partners to join Lexum Lab (Lexum’s R&D team) to test a few AI / Deep Learning applications that are in the making. More specifically, Lexum Lab and the Montreal Institute for Learning Algorithms (MILA) are collaborating on the development of a link prediction algorithm for law. Link prediction attempts to solve the following problem: given a snapshot of a network, can one predict the next most likely links to form in the network?
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Lexum is Recruting a Community Manager!
Lexum is currently looking for a part-time Community Manager to handle relationships with its online community. This mandate can be filled remotely. Applications from law students are welcome.
>> Learn more about this opportunity
CanLII Has a New Look
Thanks to the feedback from users and the help of the Lexum team, CanLII has undergone a website refresh.
Here are the changes that have been made to improved your experience...
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