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Sunday, February 01, 2015
Lexis Advance Tips: How to locate New York Law Journal (NYLJ) Cases on Lexis Advance
This is a question that we often get at the Reference desk since NYLJ is a popular source for faculty, students and attorneys. If
you are trying to locate NYLJ cases in Lexis Advance, try the following tip:
in the search box, choose Cases from NYLJ (ALM) from 1989 to set as a filter and run a search or choose the blue Get
Documents link to automatically display results with today’s date
first. After running a search fill in the star Icon under the Narrow
By Filters on the left side of the pageto make a Favorite.
(Hat tip: Antoinette Stafilas, Esq., Lexis Law school Executive) To access Lexis click here.
(a.k.a. - legal stuff I have to say on advice of counsel)
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