Lexis Advance®: More Must-Have Content

Lexis Advance®: More Must-Have Content

Rely on deep news archives—and the most comprehensive collection of news & business sources in the legal market. Lexis Advance now includes all the archived news available at lexis.com—including full archives for exclusive offerings like The Washington Post® and The New York Times®, as well as legal-market exclusives like The Wall Street Journal® and ALM® publications. You won’t find this comprehensive coverage with any other online legal research provider.

Indices give you another good-finding option. Now find 60+ back-of-the book indices from often-used publications including many popular Matthew Bender® treatises. More indices will be coming soon—including many not previously available via lexis.com. And as long as the parent publication is in your subscription plan, the index will be as well. Indices display as separate sources, i.e., you can easily gain access to available indices via the Red Search Box, the Explore Content feature or the Browse Sources pull-down menu. Once your index source displays, you can browse, open and close levels, and link to topics of interest in the full-text source. Or search for a specific topic—in the entire index, or just the portions you select.

Be confident you have comprehensive coverage for your topic, including these sources just added to the Lexis Advance service:

    • 1,100 news sources
    • 89 secondary titles
    • 63 scientific publications
    • 22 administrative titles
    • 13 trial court orders
    • 79 Illinois and 18 Massachusetts CLE resources
    • 12 ABA treatises
    • 200 LexisNexis® Fast Track sources

Find The Congressional Record details more quickly. Now Lexis Advance federal legislative historic PDFs are even easier to use.

    • When you search and open a Congressional Record PDF, it takes you to the pinpoint reference. This applies to PDFs of The Congressional Record 1873 – 1997, Congressional Globe 1833 – 1873, Register of Debates 1824 – 1839 and Annals of Congress 1789 – 1824.
    • PDFs from The Congressional Record and the U.S. Serial Sets are now fully searchable at Lexis Advance. This includes the sources mentioned above plus Congressional Hearings 2011 – current and U.S. Serial Set 1789 – 1969.