Lexum Newsletter, 2017 - vol. 10
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25 for 25: Envisioning Free Access to Caselaw
If I could snap my fingers and make it so, the Web would offer free and open access to every statute, regulation and court ruling ever issued. Unfortunately, finger-snapping doesn’t seem to work... By Adam Ziegler
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What Do We Mean When We Talk About Legal Research?
I have been thinking about the great flow chart below that David Whelan created to illustrate this blog post called “Law Libraries and Legal Malpractice” from 2014. He even went so far as to claim that “Lawyers do not need law libraries to be competent” (shocking, I know)... By Sarah Sutherland
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Lexum joins the Institute for Data Valorization (Ivado)
Lexum is proud to announce the conclusion of an industrial partnership agreement with the Institute for Data Valorization (Ivado).
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Decisia 4.4: Modernized Administrative Interface, more Options for Saving Documents, and more
Decisia 4.4 continues to provide online publishing services for decision-making bodies with enhanced features that will make the service even more streamlined for producers and users of legal decisions...
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The Arkansas Judiciary Adopts Decisia for the Online Publishing of its Opinions

Decisions from the Trademarks Opposition Board Now Published with Decisia
Legal Sourcery's Most Popular Research Tips for CanLII
Over the summer, we will be highlighting Legal Sourcery’s most popular research tips.  On that note, here are Legal Sourcery’s most popular CanLII tips.
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Qweri 1.17 Improves Navigation and Printing
The latest version of Qweri is packed with many new features facilitating the navigation and printing of large documents.  Here are the most important upgrades:..
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We looked East, we looked West, and we face forward as we develop free access to law in Africa, the African way
Twenty-five years ago the LII at Cornell showed the world that access to the law via the Internet for all is possible.  It is not only possible, but can be cheap, even free.  And that “free” can be sustained.  It was and continues to be illuminating, even in the remotest places in Africa... By Mariya Badeva-Bright
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New e-book on CanLII: “Responding to Domestic Violence” by Dr. Linda C. Neilson
We are proud to announce that a second e-book has been published on CanLII: Dr. Linda C. Neilson, Responding to Domestic Violence in Family Law, Civil Protection & Child Protection Cases (2017 CanLIIDocs 2)
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