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Electronic Tables of Contents

Thanks to HeinOnline, the Library can now offer professors the Tables of Contents for any of Hein's 2000+ journals-- delivered directly to email! Each article citation comes with a link to the full-text version. It's a great way to stay up-to-date on the scholarship happening in your field. Contact the Library for assistance in setting up your personal account and signing up for your deliveries.

The New Lexis Advance

Lexis released a new interface for Lexis Advance on Sept. 8. The redeveloped site includes:

  • Search suggestions – Most-utilized legal phrases and documents will automatically surface to expedite the search process, and sources are also suggested to search or browse associated Tables of Content
  • Expanded content – including constitutional archives, administrative code archives, selected international titles, and more
  • Optimized mobile access – Responsive content rendering for consistent and convenient delivery by adapting to any screen – Web, tablet and mobile devices
  • Alerts enhancements – Real-time alert notification delivery, improved alert editing, new Publication Alerts, and specify the time to receive alert notifications.
  • Improved Table of Contents capabilities – expanded view and delivery options now available
  • Enhanced Document experience – Shepard’s information available to preview, footnotes now displayed inline, additional copy citation formats & more.

For more information, view the press release or watch the video below.

BNA on Bloomberg Law

Bloomberg Law and BNA have joined together to provide full access to BNA newsletters. These newsletters are ideal for getting daily or weekly information on areas of interest in the law. Get your User ID for Bloomberg Law by clicking "Create a Law School Account" and signing up with your FAMU email address. Activation code not needed!