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LexisLibrary academic user guide

A guide outlining the key features of LexisLibrary for academic users, including case searching, legislation features and more.

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LexisLibrary quick start guide

A quick guide designed to get you logged in and some quick tips for finding content quickly using LexisLibrary.

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Student survival guide

Your guide to surviving law school from time management to well being and making the most of campus life.

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LexisLibrary international user guide

Your guide to using international content through LexisLibrary.

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The move to working from home—Could this change the way we think about working? Q&A with Sophie Gould, F-Lex

Who would have predicted that the biggest trend for the new 2020 decade would be ‘working from home’?

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Firstly, a confession. I’m not a technologist. That’s a strange thing someone writing about trends in technology to say, I know. You see, I am a solutionist. I understand problems. I work with my teams to create solutions. Technology is almost always part of the solution – but it is the enabler, not the end result.

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Coronavirus and triggering a force majeure: What are my options?

The coronavirus pandemic has fundamentally changed the way we live, work and, crucially, do business. In recent weeks , companies have been scrambling to determine whether they have a valid “get-out-of-jail-free” card in the form of force majeure in their commercial contracts and we’ve already seen the likes of Tui and Primark invoking the clause to attempt to relieve themselves of their obligations.

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