London — February 2021
Law firms, legal practitioners and students around the world can now enhance their research with a new collection of over 70 journals and books on vLex. Covering law in both North America and Europe, these new collections are provided by Wiley, one of the world’s leading publishers of high-quality books and journals, and offers a notable resource which spans a range of practice areas.
Accessing this collection on vLex services will enable researchers to conduct comprehensive research on a single platform, as they will have the unique benefit of the world’s largest collection of legal information, including over 120 million documents from more than 130 jurisdictions.
Gain a greater understanding with important books and journals
Practice areas covered by the collections include arbitration, business, finance, estates and trusts, corporate governance, the environment, labour, intellectual property and more.
The new collections available from vLex contains the full archive of law journals, which will receive regular quarterly updates, as well as a range of books which will be updated when new editions are published.
An AI-powered platform to enhance research
Researchers and legal practitioners can take advantage of vLex’s powerful search features and intuitive analysis tools when accessing these new collections, to enhance the efficiency of their research in ways that are not possible on other services.
vLex services also include Vincent, a virtual legal assistant, which conducts human-like searching at machine speed using artificial intelligence to identify important related material that traditional searching can miss. Vincent can be used with these new collections to discover important documents, including case law and legislation, that are related to a specific journal article or book.
Masoud Gerami, Managing Director of vLex Global Markets, shared his views on the importance of these collections:
“As one of the largest and most authoritative publishers of online journals and books, Wiley is a proven leader in producing research knowledge and content. We are excited to partner with them to provide this new and wide-ranging collection of journals and books. Access to these collections will enable academics and law practitioners to enhance their research and expand their knowledge-base in a variety of different practice areas.”
Duncan Campbell, Senior Director, Global Sales Partnerships for Wiley discussed the advantages that making these collections available through vLex brings:
“Partnering with vLex allows us to expand our content reach among legal professionals, providing academic context alongside case law and legislation resources. Wiley continues to drive research impact for our authors and publishing partners by ensuring relevant content is accessible and discoverable among practitioners.”
Learn more about this new collections
To learn more about the new collections of books and journals available from vLex, register your interest.
vLex provides access to a comprehensive collection of legal information from over 130 jurisdictions. Founded over 20 years ago, vLex provides a first-class and comprehensive service for thousands of lawyers, law firms, government departments and law schools around the world. vLex acquired Justis Publishing in March 2019, and have integrated their content and features into the flagship vLex Justis platform.
Their team of over 170 lawyers, engineers and editorial experts continually strive to deliver up-to-date legal information and industry-leading AI-powered legal technology.
Wiley drives the world forward with research and education. Through publishing, platforms and services, we help students, researchers, universities, and corporations to achieve their goals in an ever-changing world. For more than 200 years, we have delivered consistent performance to all of our stakeholders. The Company’s website can be accessed at www.wiley.com.
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