Last summer we got word that beginning in the summer of 2013 Westlaw would no longer support the Westlaw printers many of our students have grown accustomed to using. While we still have a whole school year before that happens, it may be a good idea for students to begin getting used to the reality of no Westlaw printers. There are many options for storing and organizing your research electronically, including WestlawNext’s and Lexis Advance’s folder options, that students may want to try. As far as we have heard, Lexis is committed to keeping their printers for the foreseeable future, so printing from Lexis is another option for students.
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