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Gettingstarted1928
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Re: Westlaw Next

Postby Gettingstarted1928 » Thu May 03, 2012 1:42 am

Anonymous User wrote:
jchoggan wrote:Have law firms/associates been switching over to Westlaw Next very much (for those that used Westlaw)? How useful has it been? It seems like an interesting system, but I didn't want to start working with/get used to it if folks don't like it.

I work for a govt agency that uses it, though we use it in conjunction w/ Westlaw. It has significant limitations IMO that make both Westlaw and wlnext a must.


Like what?

jkay
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Re: Westlaw Next

Postby jkay » Thu May 03, 2012 7:26 pm

Gettingstarted1928 wrote:
Anonymous User wrote:
jchoggan wrote:Have law firms/associates been switching over to Westlaw Next very much (for those that used Westlaw)? How useful has it been? It seems like an interesting system, but I didn't want to start working with/get used to it if folks don't like it.

I work for a govt agency that uses it, though we use it in conjunction w/ Westlaw. It has significant limitations IMO that make both Westlaw and wlnext a must.


Like what?


Like not knowing how to use Next.




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