Lexum Newsletter, 2017 - vol. 11
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Lexum’s New Approach to PDF Publishing
Lexum is rolling out a new approach to PDF publishing for use across its products. We are introducing a new PDF publishing format that meets sophisticated digital publishing requirements (understand “feature rich”) but at an accessible low price point.
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Good Old Hyperlinks
By the time I was figuring out my stance on artificial intelligence, the legal tech talk had already moved on to blockchain. So I decided to write about something even more outdated – hyperlinks. Links are the backbone of (legal) information systems... By Ivan Mokanov
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Introducing "The Lexum Lab"
Where we are showcasing our expertise in legal research and AI to develop better and stronger approaches to legal information retrieval.
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Irosoft and Lexum Join Forces in an Artificial Intelligence Project Aiming at Improving Privacy
Two innovating Québec SMEs, Irosoft and Lexum, both well known in Canadian legal circles, are joining forces today to develop technology that leverages artificial intelligence to open the way to exploiting very large data sets (“Big Data”) while ensuring the protection of the personal information that they contain.
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The Arkansas Judiciary Website Powered by Decisia Is Now Live

Washington State Public Employment Relations Commission Adopts Lexbox to Personalize its Website
Congratulations to the new directors of the CanLII board!
CanLII is excited to announce the appointment of Kayoko Takeuchi and Brian Saunders to the CanLII Board.
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Highlighting Martin Felsky’s contributions to free access to law
Martin Felsky has left the CanLII board. CanLII thought Martin deserved a stand-alone post to mark not only the end of his term as a CanLII director, but also to underline his contribution to free access to law in Canada over the course of his career.
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Qweri 1.18 Processes your PDF Files into HTML
The latest version of Qweri accepts PDF files as an input format, making it easy to produce high-quality HTML eBooks from any authoring platform. Qweri 1.18 integrates PDF pages into its own HTML5 environment, and...
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Lexum’s State Administrative Decisions Census Published in the NAALJ Journal
This paper demonstrates that access to administrative appeals suffers from the same barriers to access as judicial opinions, although at a more acute level. By Pierre-Paul Lemyre
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