Lexis Advance Quicklaw Update
July 2019

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QuickCITE® Symbols Inserted into Main Table of Contents of Legislation


Earlier this year, we introduced the Table of Contents view into our Legislation QuickCITE® records, along with corresponding QuickCITE® symbols. With this release, we expanded on this enhancement by introducing QuickCITE® symbols to the main Table of Contents for Legislation. This feature improves the efficiency of legal research by enabling easy access to citing records when Browsing Legislation.

Table of Contents - Legislation Results List


With this release we enhanced the legislation Table of Contents feature available from our Search Results List. Previously the Table of Contents was not visible on the Search Results List in instances where a current Act contained Point-in-Time legislation. Now the Table of Contents feature is visible in the Results List in those instances enabling researchers to easily navigate directly to the Legislation Table of Contents from the Results List.

Advanced Search Form Menu Enhancement – Links to Quantums Advanced Search Forms


Our Advanced Search Forms for Quantums are now easily accessible in the Content Type Menu located on the top of the Big Red Search Box.  Their inclusion ensures that all Advanced Search Forms available on Lexis Advance® Quicklaw® are located in one convenient location.

Publication Alert for CA News


Users can now set-up alerts by publication source for Canadian News. This new enhancement enables users to stay current and ensures that users are updated when new content has been made available for their favourite Canadian News sources!

French Explore Content Enhancement


Our French Practice Area Pages have been reorganized to support ease-of-use and ensure that content is easily discoverable and accessible.

Individual Tribunals Under Each “Group Source”


When users access Tribunals through the Cases Advanced Search Forms, they can utilize the Advanced Search form to construct a precise and targeted search for an individual specific tribunal or a group of related tribunals.


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