By Angélique Bessems on Friday, 3 February 2017
The University Library offers a WestlawNext and Westlaw UK workshop on Tuesday 14 February 2017 for students, PhD candidates and staff FL and all those who wish to enhance their search techniques in Westlaw.
Westlaw UK provides access to UK legislation, case law, up to 118 browsable full-text legal journals, EU material but also national, regional and international news, commentary and Current Awareness alerts.
WestlawNext provides access to U.S. primary and secondary legal research materials that include federal, state, and foreign case law, court rules, statutory and regulatory materials, digests, reference publications, full text legal periodicals, newsletters and newspapers. It also provides access to law resources from the following jurisdictions: Australia, Canada, US, Hong Kong and some other.
In this (1,5 hour) workshop the following topics will be addressed:
• What’s Westlaw and what information can be found?
• What are the best ways to gain access to this information (i.e. how to efficiently find sources)?
• How to use the Westlaw functionality (search fields, search history, print options)?
If you would like to register, please click on the link: Westlaw International and Westlaw UK workshop.
If you have any specific questions which you would like to be answered during the training, please do not hesitate to contact Angélique Bessems prior to the training.