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Quimbee.com has created a series of "how-to-use-HeinOnline" videos covering everything from how to create a MyHein account, navigating Hein’s congressional documents collection, retrieving case law, and how to conduct a legislative intent search,
Recently, I was tasked with reviewing the series of videos Quimbee.com created for HeinOnline’s YouTube channel.  These videos were designed as a crash course in navigating Hein’s… http://rclawlibrary.org/community/blog/2017/02/find-it-heinonline/

Lexis vs. West

It’s no secret that in the world of legal publishing there are two big competitors, LexisNexis and Thomson Reuters (Westlaw). Both have things they do really well. I’d be lost without California Forms of Pleading and Practice (thank you Lexis)! Then we ha…
It’s no secret that in the world of legal publishing there are two big competitors, LexisNexis and Thomson Reuters (Westlaw). Both have things they do really well. I’d be lost with… http://rclawlibrary.org/community/blog/2015/04/lexis-vs-west/

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Find it on HeinOnline

Quimbee.com has created a series of "how-to-use-HeinOnline" videos covering everything from how to create a MyHein account, navigating Hein’s congressional documents collection, retrieving case law, and how to conduct a legislative intent search,
Recently, I was tasked with reviewing the series of videos Quimbee.com created for HeinOnline’s YouTube channel.  These videos were designed as a crash course in navigating Hein’s… http://rclawlibrary.org/community/blog/2017/02/find-it-heinonline/

Lexis vs. West

It’s no secret that in the world of legal publishing there are two big competitors, LexisNexis and Thomson Reuters (Westlaw). Both have things they do really well. I’d be lost without California Forms of Pleading and Practice (thank you Lexis)! Then we ha…
It’s no secret that in the world of legal publishing there are two big competitors, LexisNexis and Thomson Reuters (Westlaw). Both have things they do really well. I’d be lost with… http://rclawlibrary.org/community/blog/2015/04/lexis-vs-west/