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WestlawNext

 

Description

Tap into the world’s most advanced legal research service wherever you go! The Westlaw app – available for iPad and iPhone – is the most awarded legal research app as voted by industry professionals and recognized by the National Law Journal, The Recorder, The Best of the Midwest, and more. Access Westlaw features such as WestSearch, Keycite, Folders, History, Notes, and Highlighting, which have all been redesigned for both the iPad and iPhone.

“The Westlaw app is very well-designed and easy to use, making it simple to get legal research done when you are in court or otherwise out of the office. In fact, the app is so nice that I will often use it even when I am in my office, doing my legal research on the iPad while my brief is open on my computer.” – Jeff Richardson, iPhone J.D. in ABA Journal

 

In addition to the functionality that you've come to expect from Thomson Reuters Westlaw, our iPhone app provides a new focus on Current Awareness, optimized with Westlaw Alerts and optional notifications. With this exciting new feature, you can track and receive updates from companies, practice areas, and dockets, as well as having the ability to customize a News view to be of specific interest to you. Please note that a Thomson Reuters Westlaw account is required to access this app.

FEATURES:

-View Westlaw alerts on your device

-Track and follow Companies of interest

-Stay current in your Practice Area with updates and customizable News Feed 

-Use WestSearch to research an issue and find or Keycite Documents 

-Save documents for offline reading and annotating

-Navigation and Filtering options

-Organize and share your folders

-Access your research History and Favorites

-Browse and search content pages

-Email documents or selected text with a reference

What's New in Version 4.2.1

- Enhanced password security during OnePass authentication
- Users can now revoke app access on unwanted devices via OnePass configuration portal
- General enhancements and bug fixes

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Rated 5/5 based on 2 customer reviews.

 

5/5 stars

Highly recommended

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Just thought I pass along my evaluation of the WestlawNext app for the iPad. I bought the iPad 2 over the weekend. Monday and Tuesday I was working out of a shed while my clients and opposing parties conducted engineering tests for a high profile case. While I was there, I received a phone call requesting that I supplement some of my research that I had done in the previous week. Upon launching the WestlawNext app, I was immediately brought to my previous research trial. Researching and reading various materials on the iPad was fantastic. The text appeared more crisp on the iPad than it did on my own monitor and far exceeded the screen on my laptop. I was able to drag my finger and annotate text that I needed and conduct all the necessary research while I was sitting on a metal chair in a tin shack and then email a couple cases to an attorney back at the main office. Absolutely fantastic product that I highly recommend. I even demonstrated the app for a couple of attorneys here this morning - that's how impressed I was with it. The app alone has made my purchase of an iPad worthwhile.

5/5 stars

Best app I have

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Recently, I bought an iPad just for annotating PDFs since my tablet PC was too heavy, even at 4 pounds. The annotator app, however, did not fulfill my expectations. I decided to return it because I could not justify the near $1000 cost versus utility. Over the weekend, I was researching Westlawnext in conjunction with my tablet as well as the ipad (for my gawd awful memo), and as I used each machine, the other would log me out. Frustrated, I discovered that a newly updated app was available. Within 5 minutes of use, the utility easily justified keeping the iPad.

Of the three options, I prefer WestlawNext and my only gripe is how excruciating slow it is, which is completely unrelated to either processing power or internet connection speeds.

This apps is blazing fast in comparison. The layout and folder options are superior to the web version. Highlighting and annotating are a snap. Long story short, I am keeping the iPad just for the sole purpose of using Westlawnext. In fact, I finished reading and annotating ALL my cases in half the time it takes me with the web version.

While it could be the typical disgruntled law students, I not sure why the older version received such poor ratings, but this must be a drastic improvement if it did such that much. The speed alone is worth it -well, it is free. Honestly, I would have paid $100+ for it. Although I'll be sure to paying far more for it in years to come. ;)

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