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LexisNexis offers customized solutions to meet your needs as a faculty member whether it is streamlining research, document preparation, class preparation, or other day to day activities – including searchable access to over three billion documents from thousands of sources. Take a look at some of the features and functionality LexisNexis offers you.

Law School Faculty User Community

You’ll find a wealth of information right at your fingertips. Access the research system, use tutorials and tours, LexisNexis Citation Tools or the Lessons in Legal Research tool kit to help you prepare for class. You will also find reprint permissions, information on getting published and find other information relevant to you and your needs.

Web Courses, LexisNexis
Powered by Blackboard® 6.0, the simple user interface of LexisNexis Web Courses is designed to assist Law School professors and/or faculty in providing an online web presence of course materials accessible to both instructors and students with added convenience. Instructors can post announcements, assignments, schedules, required texts, documents, quizzes, surveys, and host online chat sessions through the use of the "Virtual Classroom" chat feature. Web Courses can help put a course at the fingertips of both instructors and students.

Shepard's Citation Service
Shepard’s helps you quickly validate your research to ensure you have good law. Shepard's is not only a validation tool, but it can help you begin your research by providing relevant cases, statutes, secondary source and annotations.

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