An entire industry has grown up around interpreting legal research needs and finding information for lawyers and their clients. Researchers have to remember where information resides and extract relevant documents in a compressed amount of time using Boolean syntax and other search strategies. LexisNexis' Lexis for Microsoft and Thomson Reuters' WestlawNext aim to make online research easy, and effective, through very different strategies that will make for an interesting show at LegalTech New York, Feb. 1-3.
Westlaw, LexisNexis Debut Revamped Research Tools at LegalTech New York
February 1, 2010
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