According to Thomson Reuters Q2 2013 financial report, 80% of the company’s Westlaw revenue now comes from WestlawNext subscriptions, suggesting that more law firms and practitioners are making the transition from Westlaw Classic to WestlawNext. Greg Lambert, contributing author at “3 Geeks and a Law Blog” predicts that Thomson Reuters may begin phasing out Westlaw Classic in the next few years.
The Alameda County Law Library offers access to WestlawNext free of charge on library computers. With a Google-style interface and “intuitive” search engine, WestlawNext greatly simplifies the research process. You can print WestlawNext results for .20/page to the library printer, or email or save results to a USB drive free of charge.
Visit the Alameda County Law Library today and experience improved research outcomes with WestlawNext!