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Law FirmsParalegals & Legal Assistants

Often relied on to do it all, you are an essential player on any legal team. Depending on the size of your firm, your responsibilities vary widely. Whether you are briefing cases, codes and statutes, interviewing clients, drafting key documents, working on a discovery team or investigating people and organizations, you can rely on LexisNexis® solutions to help you perform your diverse set of tasks and succeed in your career.

Brief cases, codes & statutes

You’re regularly called upon to save attorneys the time it takes to fully understand the reasoning and key elements of cases or laws—but they demand accuracy. Combine your skills with these powerful LexisNexis® solutions to confidently deliver work product you can be proud of.

Draft & review documents

In the daily scramble to write, review, edit, check, revise and correct documents, it’s always great to work with familiar tools. Now you can thanks to a powerful combination of LexisNexis® and Microsoft® solutions.

Research people, businesses & organizations

Support your team’s fact-gathering efforts with the help of technology solutions that are highly sophisticated and complex on the back end, but are simple and intuitive on front end. Deploy our robust search, analytical and reporting tools to find information on people, companies, assets and locations.

Manage facts & evidence

There is too much at stake to let the volume and complexity of electronic discovery keep your team from presenting a compelling case. LexisNexis® provides solutions that help you keep the facts straight, structured and accessible.

Prepare for depositions or trial

Getting ready for depositions or trial presentations takes an organized mind, years of experience and the right tools. You want to be able to pull together witness statements and relevant materials in an efficient and logical way. LexisNexis® solutions help you manage and review this critical piece of the discovery process, and make sure your team is ready when they walk into the conference room or courthouse.