LexisNexis® today announced the launch of its eBooks offering which enables legal professionals to access authoritative practitioner and academic texts from LexisNexis anytime and anywhere.
eBooks can be read on mobile handheld devices including tablets, iPad, iPhone and iPod touch, eReader devices like the Sony Reader, laptops, Macs, PCs and other smartphones.
LexisNexis is the first legal publisher in Australia to give lawyers a choice between printed texts and eBooks with complete functionality, enriching the range and quality of legal research in all formats.
Designed to be simple and easy to use, LexisNexis eBooks provide a range of features – annotations, highlighting, printing, copying and pasting, customised font size and layout and hyperlinks.
LexisNexis eBooks will initially launch with 21 titles covering areas such as corporations law, consumer law and competition law, with more than 60 additional titles to be released digitally this year. eBooks currently offered include Australian Corporations Legislation 2011, Cross on Evidence and Ford’s Principles of Corporations Law (14th ed).
In the future, all new publications with be available in digital and hardcopy format.