LexisNexis eBooks are electronic versions of our print publications, designed for on-the-go access from your laptop, tablet, smartphone or e-reader device. Now you can consult critical legal texts from anywhere, without the need for Internet access. Annotate, highlight and bookmark just as you would in a printed book, plus enjoy additional benefits of electronic formats, such as keyword search and the ability to link to resources online at Lexis Advance®. View a list of available eBook titles.
The eBook Experience
The LexisNexis eBook experience requires two elements: the eBook file and a software program or e-reader device that can display the eBook file. First, you'll need to determine which device or e-reading application you would like to use to view your electronic publication. If you are a novice to eBooks, we recommend you try Kindle® reading apps (these provide superior functionality for desktop computers, as well as e-reader apps for major mobile devices) or Adobe® Digital Editions for desktop computers.
Most LexisNexis eBooks are available in epub and mobi formats. Newsletter and bulletin publications are produced electronically in PDF format. The eBook format you choose will depend on the e-reader software you are using. For example, epub eBooks are compatible with Apple® products, while mobi eBooks are compatible with Kindle applications.
Once you have an e-reader application downloaded to your desktop or mobile device, you will be ready to access your LexisNexis eBook. Click here to download a sample LexisNexis eBook.
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In our changing legal environment, LexisNexis continually develops more efficient ways for you to access current and comprehensive information—creating research solutions that fit the way you work and live. To accomplish this, we routinely evaluate new formats that will best meet customer needs as the legal publishing industry evolves.
Over the next 18 months, LexisNexis plans to migrate select CD and newsletter titles exclusively to eBook format to improve timeliness and reduce our impact on the environment. CD technology has become out-of-date, and CD drives are no longer standard features on laptop computers. Newer technology offered by e-readers allows users to highlight, make notes, print and bookmark—enhancements that LexisNexis eBooks utilize to improve your research experience.
In instances where a single product is shipped on a CD, we feel eBook format provides a better option for customers. We do not have plans to migrate CD libraries, prison solutions and DVDs, or forms CDs to eBook format at this time.
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You may access additional information related to eBooks, CDs, DVDs, PDFs, flash drives and other offline publications distributed electronically by LexisNexis at http://lexisnexis.com/terms/bender/masteragreement.
Matthew Bender® Online Retirement
Please click here for information regarding the retirement of Bender.com or Matthew Bender Online. The Bender.com retirement does not affect Matthew Bender content found in print, eBooks, and CDs, or Matthew Bender content found at lexis.com®, Lexis Advance® or LexisNexis® Digital Library.
LexisNexis® Digital Library
Open the doors to your law library 24/7 with digital library access, powered by OverDrive®. LexisNexis Digital Library provides law libraries with eBook lending capabilities, in addition to library management functionality. Your organization can share eBook titles among multiple users; purchase eBooks centrally; and manage your library via one central, electronic platform. Learn more here.
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