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Graphical KeyCite for Cases - and soon Legislation

A couple months ago, Westlaw unveiled a new enhancement called Graphical Keycite.

If you haven't tried it yet, give it a look. I think it is vastly easier to interpret the direct history of a case through this pictorial view. For a quick demo, take the jazzy tutorial.

At a law librarian's update today, I learned that Westlaw is planning to introduce graphical KeyCite for legislation as well. A pictorial legislative history - how nifty is that!