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LexisNexis Releases iPhone App

LexisNexis has released its first iPhone app.

From the announcement: It is called "Get Cases and Shepardize," and (as you may have guessed) allows users to get cases from Lexis.com and Shepardize them to make sure what they have found is still good law. Users must have a current account with Lexis.com and a valid password to use the application. The app itself is free at the iTunes App Store.

See the review at Legal Geekery

Source: Robert Ambrogi's LawSites

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Any idea if it works w/ our UW campus access?

Good question and the answer is yes and no. Yes - it is available to law school accounts. No - it is not available to users of the campus subscription to LexisNexis Academic.

UW Law students - if you're interested in the app, stop by the atrium next Wed. to learn more about it. There will be demos and giveaways.

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