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Where did LexisNexis go?

Last Updated: Jul 07, 2016  |  272 Views

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As of 7/1/2016, LexisNexis has been replaced by Westlaw**. If you used LexisNexis for:

  • Legal research (finding court cases, regulations, etc.)
  • Access to newspapers (U.S., international, local)
  • Company research (directory information for public and private companies, including Hoover's)

You will find the same type of information by searching in Westlaw

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**LexisNexis was a centrally funded resource paid for by the CSU Chancellor's Office. The decision to cancel LexisNexis and replace it with Westlaw was made systemwide for the entire CSU. If you have any feedback or concerns, please let us know

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