Westlaw Secondary Sources Redesigned
Secondary sources often provide critical information when conducting legal research. Now users can more efficiently interact with thousands of analytical resources through the newly redesigned Westlaw Secondary Sources experience.
Westlaw users will now have a more direct route to the information they seek via new publication filter and sort options, fully browsable tables of contents, a seamless reading view and pinpoint linking capabilities.
The analytical content library on Westlaw is second only to cases for Westlaw usage and is accessed by more than 93 percent of users. Westlaw Secondary Sources contains more than 4,000 publications, including Corpus Juris Secundum, American Jurisprudence 2D, and Black’s Law Dictionary.
The global redesign of Westlaw Secondary Sources is launching in the United States first, and will launch later this year in the UK (Westlaw UK) and Canada (WestlawNext Canada).
To learn more about these enhancements and Thomson Reuters Westlaw, click here.