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What are Practice Pages?
With LexisNexis Practice Pages, you can cut right to the chase because your top practice sources are now all available from one page as soon as you sign in to Lexis Advance®. These jurisdictional and practice area pages bring your specialties’ go-to sources to the first screen you see—the most noted authorities and the trusted industry news you can’t find elsewhere.
What Practice Pages are available now?
New York, Banking and Financial, Florida, Texas, and Energy
How do I find Practice Pages?
Available from the top menu, Browse* (Browse > Practice Area Pages), Practice Pages provide all the top resources and products specific to a jurisdiction or practice area from one page.
What content is listed on the Practice Pages?
The pages combine primary and secondary research, news, analysis, and research/litigation tools – all organized into logical categories, or ‘Pods’ on each page.
Can I make a Practice Page my opening page?
Sure, you can choose to make a Practice Page your opening page on Lexis Advance clicking on the Actions button (near the name of the page).
Or by going to More > Settings> Start Page and then selecting your Practice Page of choice.
Will there be additional Practice Pages released?
Yes! Be on the lookout for both jurisdictional as well as area of law Practice Pages such as Energy, Labor and Employment and MORE!
Find out what else you can do on the new Lexis Advance by accessing more how-to posts on LexTalk.
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