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All of the search tips below work in any of the search boxes on LexisLibrary. Have a look at this video or book yourself on to a LexisLibrary and Westlaw: Advanced Searching workshop if you want to learn more about using these really powerful tips.
There is a 'Help' link in the footer of every LexisLibrary page, which provides further details on searching and using the database.
You may also want to look at the Lexis help webpage too, or print out the library's PDF guide to using LexisLibrary for English law.
If you are a GDL, LLB or LLM student you will be given training at the start of your course. The slides from this training will be available in Moodle for you to refer back to.
The library runs Lexis and Westlaw workshops, at both a basic and advanced level. You can find out more and book a place. If you want to come to the advanced workshop without attending the basic one first, make sure you are comfortable with what the basic workshop covers as the second workshop builds on this. These workshops are open to any Oxford Brookes students who want to improve their Lexis and Westlaw skills.
And, of course, you can always get in touch with Charlie Brampton, the Academic Liaison Librarian for Law. Charlie can see you individually or in small groups.
This video will show you how to use the search tabs in LexisLibrary. It will explain how to use connectors and how to add topics to your search. This video is produced by LexisNexis UK.