Welcome to the Summer 2019 edition of our Librarian Newsletter.
For our feature article, we provide you a summary of LexisNexis Canada presentation at 2019 CALL/ACBD Conference in Edmonton on May 26-29, 2019. LexisNexis Canada was a proud sponsor and participant of the conference.
We also provide you a complete list of Lexis Advance Quicklaw Print Title Sources available online, highlighting updates for January to May 2019.
This issue includes Content and Feature updates on Lexis Advance® Quicklaw®, the latest enhancements to Lexis Practice Advisor® Canada, Top Picks from The Lawyer's Daily Bookstore highlights, and a list of Training Resource Options.
Enjoy the newsletter!
Journey to Advance | Helen Voudouris
Our newly launched online platform hosts 12 products and their related content collections in five countries and multiple languages. It supports over one million users, three petabytes of data, 55,000 sources with approximately 14 million new documents being added every day. Read more
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Click here for the Lexis Advance® Quicklaw® Feature Updates for April 2019. We announce new QuickCITE list view option that provides expanded filtering capabilities and the ability to select multiple cases from the QuickCITE record for delivery. And much more!
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From Estonian AI judges to robot mediators in Canada, U.K. | Tara Vasdani
Having previously written about Estonia’s pilot AI judge, it comes as no surprise that I am here to report that a “robot mediator” has settled a court case for the first time, demonstrating a further shift towards the embrace of legal technology and tools to efficiently and effectively litigate. Read more
Legal professionals should not be dealing with age discrimination in 2019 | Andrew Monkhouse
In the legal profession, ageism usually exists in subtle ways because legal professionals tend to normalize and accept age discrimination. Read more
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