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How do I access LexisNexis® Litigation Profile Suite?

  1. Go to www.advance.lexis.com.
  2. Enter your ID and password.
  3. Click Sign In.
  4. Select LexisNexis Litigation Profile Suite from the Lexis Advance® pull-down menu located in the top left-hand corner of the Lexis Advance screen.

What is the total number of expert witnesses, judges and attorneys that are contained in LexisNexis Litigation Profile Suite? Do the tools contain everyone?

Although LexisNexis Litigation Profile Suite does not contain every expert witness, judge and attorney, the tool does have background info on over 365,000 experts, 48,000 judges and more than two million attorneys, and the number is steadily rising!

Expert profiles are drawn from our master expert witness list, which continues to grow as new expert witnesses surface in documents such as jury verdicts and summaries, CVs, depositions, affidavits, reports, etc. We don’t purposefully exclude any expert witnesses, but rather include and update as we learn new information.

Judge profiles are available for all current and former federal judges. We also have profiles for current judges on all state courts of last resort, intermediate appellate courts and most general jurisdiction courts. In addition, we are in the process of adding many municipal court judges.

Former judges of general jurisdiction courts do exist in our database, particularly judges who have sat on courts within the last 20 years. Our team tracks changes to current judge rosters on a daily basis by monitoring government websites and many news sources for any sign of judicial change.

Attorney profiles are created once their admission, education and/or affiliation information is verified. Our team continuously updates the list—primarily from state bar and law firm websites. We do not have all currently licensed attorneys, but we are fairly close to it. We are currently expanding to include profiles of public and government attorneys.

I am looking for specific expert witness documents such as case involvements and transcripts; where can I find them in LexisNexis Litigation Profile Suite?

It is easy to navigate LexisNexis Litigation Profile Suite for expert witness materials. After typing in an expert’s name and generating a report, use the left-hand column to navigate.

Looking for case involvements? They are found under Jury Verdicts and Settlements content type.

Looking for trial or deposition transcripts, expert reports, affidavits or challenges? They are found under the Expert Witness Analysis content. Use the post-search filters on the left side, such as narrow within results, to pinpoint documents that mention a specific term.

I am looking for articles authored by an expert witness; are they in LexisNexis Litigation Profile Suite?

No, at this time you must also search the general research platform on Lexis Advance to locate Elsevier® articles. It is also recommended that researchers search Lexis Advance for other content types that are not included in LexisNexis Litigation Profile Suite, such as Public Records, Dockets for expert witness research and Scientific Publications. Please note: Dockets are included in the Judge and Attorney profiles but not in the Expert Witness profile.

As another option, you can utilize the LexisNexis® Expert Research On-Demand service to have this type of research done for you. (See below for additional details.)

Do LexisNexis Litigation Profile Suite and Lexis Advance contain all information on an expert witness?

No, although we do strive to make the database as comprehensive as possible and continue to add documents on a daily basis. Additional expert research services are available through our full-service Expert Research On-Demand option, which can help expand your search even further. Utilize Expert Research On-Demand for additional services and searches such as: Enhanced Challenge Report, Articles By, Articles Naming, Professional Discipline and Transcript Procurement.

For more information go to: Expert Research On-Demand