LexisNexis in the UK has always embraced technology in order to deliver information that helps our customers. By combining the 200-year heritage of influential relationships and authoritative information from Butterworths and Tolley®, our commitment to innovation with solutions like Axxia, Visualfiles, and InterAction, and the proven content and technology expertise of LexisNexis, we enable our customers to dig deeper, search further, work smarter and innovate faster. LexisNexis originally pioneered online information with its Lexis® and Nexis® services. Part of the Reed Elsevier group, LexisNexis helps customers to achieve their goals in more than 100 countries, across six continents, with over 18,000 employees. Lexis® Legal Intelligence ensures you easily find practical, up-to-date guidance with LexisPSL that enables you to link straight through to the relevant documents from authoritative sources. You can find related training options quickly, in the format that suits you best. Everything is held together by clever technology that helps you work faster, smarter and more cost-effectively.
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In the 19th century, we were the first ones to compile all the laws of England together in one book: Halsbury's Laws of England. In the 20th century, we were the first to take legal research online.
And in the 21st century, Lexis® Legal Intelligence uses the latest technology to help lawyers find authoritative answers, fast. Primary law, case law, practical guidance, commentary, smart forms and precedents - and even training. All in one place, all linked together, all to the highest standard.
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