Legal research giant LexisNexis now has an e-book library application for law firms, based on a partnership with digital content distributor OverDrive, officials said Monday.

Until now, legal professionals could only buy Lexis’ 1,100 e-books individually. The new Digital Library product gives firms customizable software from which lawyers can check out titles, and for librarians to establish lending policies.

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