West Group Enhances Web Sites

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West Group Enhances Web Sites


West Group has announced that it has made improvements to its KeyCite and West Legal Directory tools available on the Web.

New KeyCite Enhancements

KeyCite on the Internet has a new look with enhanced functionality, according to West Group. In addition to increased search speed, the latest enhancements to KeyCite on the Internet also enable researchers to access KeyCite directly with their traditional WESTLAW passwords. No additional password registration is required. Researchers who are not currently WESTLAW subscribers may conduct research using a credit card.

KeyCite, the citation research service from West Group, combines a full citator and case finder in one easy-to-use interface with even faster results, according to the company. KeyCite integrates all the case law on WESTLAW, and its graphical display alerts users to negative history. KeyCite enables researchers to determine whether the cases they are relying on are valid and to find additional cases and analytical materials? including American Law Reports (ALR) and law review articles, to help support their legal arguments. KeyCite is available through WESTLAW, WESTCHECK 3.0. CiteLink in the West Group Legal Office Tools, and on the Internet at http.//www.keycite.com.

West Legal Directory Web Site Redesigned with New Features

The PC World 1997 top Web site for finding a lawyer and the Yahoo! Internet Life "best site for one-stop shopping" for finding and hiring a lawyer is the West Legal Directory. http://www.wld.com According to West Group, West Legal Directory (WLD) is in the process of improving its original features and adding a variety of new services. WLD has been redesigned to serve a full spectrum of consumer and attorney needs. …

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