LexisNexis Announces Updates to Lexis Practice Advisor That Redefine the Way Users Experience Practical Guidance

Updated Lexis Practice Advisor User Interface

Our goal in the redesign of Lexis Practice Advisor is to create a product that is as intuitive and user-friendly as possible, while providing attorneys with the high-value, easy-to-digest practical guidance they need to quickly and efficiently begin work on any new matter.

LexisNexis® Legal & Professional today announced several updates to Lexis Practice Advisor® designed to deliver an enhanced, intuitive experience for users and provide easier and faster access to the information they need as they begin work on a new matter. The newly redesigned Lexis Practice Advisor includes a more streamlined interface with additional navigation options designed to improve attorney workflow and output. In addition, Transactions Search powered by Intelligize® is now available for many practice areas within Lexis Practice Advisor. This new feature offers insights on current market practice and allows users to pin-point relevant deals, with access to a comprehensive collection of agreements, SEC filings, and other deal-related documents.

“At LexisNexis, we put customer needs at the heart of our product development and roadmap. For the new Lexis Practice Advisor interface, we worked closely with our users, product experts and leading authors to enhance the depth of available practice area content and introduce new ways to navigate it,” said Sean Fitzpatrick, managing director of the North American Research Solutions business at LexisNexis Legal & Professional. “Our goal in the redesign of Lexis Practice Advisor is to create a product that is as intuitive and user-friendly as possible, while providing attorneys with the high-value, easy-to-digest practical guidance they need to quickly and efficiently begin work on any new matter.”

The new intuitive interface enables users to navigate content by practice area, content type or jurisdiction. New jurisdictional navigation tools allow users to find results faster and avoid repetitive scrolling through lengthy state listings. In addition, content is organized along a task-based hierarchical tree, which allows users to either browse a comprehensive collection of practice area content or quickly drill down to find more nuanced,…

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