*This Database is only for Paralegal Students*
Westlaw has superior legal material, primary law, analytical materials, practice area insights, litigation resources, public records and has authoritative content for both primary law and exclusive secondary law titles.
This quick reference guide shows how to retrieve cases by citation and by party name and search for cases using field restrictions and West topic and key numbers. It also shows how to use KeyCite to quickly determine whether a case is good law and to retrieve citing references and other relevant materials.
This quick reference guide shows how to retrieve statutes using a citation, an index, the Table of Contents service. and a popular name table, and how to search statutes using field restrictions. It also shows how to use KeyCite to quickly determine whether a statute is good law and to retrieve citing references and other relevant materials.
This quick reference guide describes how to customize your research session on Westlaw, including changing the default time zone, specifying s billing method, changing search settings, changing delivery settings, and designating the format for citations.
This quick reference guide shows how to share your Westlaw research with coworkers and colleagues in other organizations. It explains folder sharing, setting access to folders, and managing shared folders.
This guide introduces you to basic features and functionality of Westlaw, including the search engine, global search box, searching, results, find by citation and party name, KeyCite, custom pages and folders.
This quick reference guide shows how to save documents and snippets of text in folders and then to view the saved documents and text. It also shows how you can create a new folder, move or copy a folder, rename a folder, delete a folder, and export documents from a folder.
This guide for paralegals explains how to use Westlaw. It covers retrieving cases and statutes and checking them in KeyCite; using forms staying current with news sources; and printing and delivering documents.
This quick reference describes how to use PeopleMap on Westlaw to obtain in-depth information about an individual from a wide variety of sources. Using PeopleMap, you can locate your subject, search records, including asset and adverse filing records, learn about connections between your subject and other individuals, and compile information in a report.