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Mini Review: Lexis Advance
Wednesday, 30th January 2013
John DiGilio reviews Lexis Advance, the newest and most innovative version of the LexisNexis legal research platform. From its interface to its functionality and pricing, it is casting the company and the way legal researchers work in a new light. Single search capabilities, powerful filtering, and a pay-for-what-you-use approach are the hallmarks of LexisNexis’ latest offering.
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By John DiGilio
John DiGilio is the National Manager of Research Services for Reed Smith, LLP. He has over 15 years of large law firm library and legal information vendor experience. John has proudly been affiliated with such industry standouts as Thomson Reuters, where he served as a Librarian Relations Manager, and K&L Gates, where he was the Firmwide Legal and Business Research Librarian/ Instructor for many years. He is the Past-Chair of SLA's Legal Division and a 2012 candidate for SLA Treasurer. John manages the popular On Firmer Ground and iBraryGuy blogs.
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