Personal injury practitioners in British Columbia can now benefit from practical guidance from local experts
VANCOUVER, Aug. 12, 2015 /CNW/ - LexisNexis® Canada, a leading provider of information and technology solutions, today launched a Personal Injury module focused on British Columbia for its practical guidance solution, Lexis Practice AdvisorSM Canada. The fourteenth module to be released since 2013, it will help personal injury lawyers and their teams to produce more in less time with comprehensive guidance and "how-to" documents. The Personal Injury (B.C.) module features contributions from Michael Slater, Q.C., Anthony Vecchio, Q.C., and their team at Slater Vecchio LLP in Vancouver.
Loik Amis, CEO at LexisNexis Canada, said this latest module release addresses a continued demand for practical guidance in a key practice area. "Personal injury in British Columbia is a very dynamic and changing area of practice. With the launch of this new module of Lexis Practice Advisor Canada, practitioners can now benefit from the experience and expertise of step-by-step guidance developed by our in-house personal injury lawyers in collaboration with some of the most prominent professionals in the B.C. personal injury bar."
Like all the practice area modules currently available within Lexis Practice Advisor, the Personal Injury (B.C.) module includes practice notes, checklists, model documents and flowcharts. It also includes unique tools and content such as:
- Searchable case digests from Carlson Personal Injury: Quantum of Damages,
- Medical guidance from the Attorney's Textbook and Dictionary of Medicine, and
- A current and relevant Pleadings & Applications Gallery from recent personal injury proceedings.
All content within Lexis Practice Advisor is written by leading Canadian practitioners at world-class law firms in conjunction with a strong internal team of lawyers with practice area experience and expertise.
Practitioners ranging from new associates to senior counsel will be able to use the Personal Injury (B.C.) module to be more efficient when dealing with the unfamiliar or complex. This module also includes the Skills Centre for lawyers, covering marketing and business development, communication, self-promotion and presentation skills. Contributors to the Skills Centre include The Legal A Team, founded by Gary Mitchell, a lawyer coach and trainer, and Jana Schilder, a public relations professional and former director of marketing for McCarthy Tétrault.
More information about Lexis Practice Advisor Canada is available at http://www.lexisnexis.ca/en-ca/products/practice-advisor.page
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At LexisNexis Canada, offerings include the Quicklaw® online legal research service; Butterworths® print and e-book titles; JurisClasseur French-language content for practitioners in Quebec; Quicklaw® for Microsoft® Office; the PCLaw® practice management solution; Lexis Practice AdvisorSM Canada, and leading e-discovery and litigation solutions such as CaseMap®, LAW PreDiscovery™ and LexisNexis® Early Data Analyzer.
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