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Find it on HeinOnline

Recently, I was tasked with reviewing the series of videos Quimbee.com created for HeinOnline’s YouTube channel.  These videos were designed as a crash course in navigating Hein’s extensive collection.  Now, if you’re unfamiliar with Hein, it is a legal database (like Lexis-Nexis and Westlaw) that contains the worlds largest image-based legal research collection and contains more than nine centuries of legal history.  Yes, you read that right, NINE CENTURIES OF LEGAL HISTORY!  Hein has a massive...

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Lexis vs. West

It’s no secret that in the world of legal publishing there are two big competitors, LexisNexis and Thomson Reuters (Westlaw). Both have things they do really well. I’d be lost without California Forms of Pleading and Practice (thank you Lexis)! Then we have gems like The Rutter Practice Guides sets, also known as Rutter Guides (thank you West)! It really boils down to personal preference, or if you’re thorough, you use both in your research. Lucky for all of us, you can be thorough! We have a...

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