Answered By: Andrew Willan
Last Updated: Nov 10, 2022     Views: 3423

Lexis+ is an online database providing full-text access to case law, legislation and expert commentary, including access to key sources such as the All England Law Reports and Halsburys Laws of England. Updated daily, Lexis+ also includes full-text articles from legal, business and trade publications, company information and UK local and national newspapers.

Content has been expanded to include access to a range of Commonwealth legal sources, including case law, legislation, commentary, journals and news for Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, India, Malaysia, Singapore and New Zealand. 

Further information is also available about access to US material on Lexis+

Access Lexis+ via the link provided on the Law Library Guide.

Please note, the library does not have access to the Lexis Ebook App, this is for the US market only. 

If you need further assistance in using Lexis+ then please see the extensive Help support pages and videos available. Further help is available from your Liaison Librarian.

If you are an Online student see the Library for Online Programmes guide or contact our Online Support Librarian.

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