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Last Updated: Aug 13, 2018     Views: 136

Because of our license agreements with Lexis and Westlaw, we are only able to provide passwords for Lexis Advance and Westlaw to Michigan Law School students and Michigan Law faculty.

If you need to do case law research, LexisNexis Academic is a database with legal news, law reviews, state and federal case law and statutes, federal regulations, and general, medical, and business news and information. Anyone using a computer on the Ann Arbor U-M campus network can access LexisNexis Academic. This includes computers located in the Law Library, Hatcher Graduate Library, and Shapiro Undergraduate Library.

Access LexisNexis Academic through this link: http://umil.iii.com/record=e1000221

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