You arrive at the office to find 52 unread emails and 2 briefs due before lunch. As you make your way through your emails, the initial stress of the day ahead of you subsides—it’s time to get to work.Luckily, you have:
Lexis® for Microsoft Office®
Access Background Information
This gives you background as a foundation for your drafting—without leaving Word or Outlook, and without the distraction of switching from one research source to another.
Analyze Existing Documents
Validate Citations in Context
Using Get Cited Docs, you can view items cite by cite or as a list with context—cases, statutes or both.
Then, easily sort and print, download or email the documents of your choice.
Link Citations to Full-Text Documents
Check Citation Format
When you click Check Cite Format, the right panel allows you to correct the way citations are formatted all at once or one at a time.
Check Quotation Accuracy
When you click Check Quotes, a report opens on the right panel showing all quotations in your document. Clicking on a quotation checks it against content from Lexis Advance.
Prepare Table of Authorities
To create your table of authorities without cutting and pasting your citations, click Prepare TOA. Your table of authorities is now open on the right side of your screen for easy formatting, and the final table of authorities is inserted into your document.
This enables you to spend less time creating your TOA and save more time for legal analysis.