Practising Law Institute announces the release of Discover PLUS– our new ebook library created by legal researchers to meet the needs of legal researchers.
Discover PLUS offers the following features:
First-rate secondary source material–Subscribers have all-inclusive 24/7 access to our library of acclaimed publications.
One flat, firm-wide fee–Pay a one-time, upfront, flat fee for the entire firm and avoid per-click charges and complicated statements.
Searchable forms–We’ve included a database of over 1,000 customizable legal forms
Manageable research–Organize your research using folders and saved searches
New look and feel–Redesigned interface for easy navigation
Interested in learning more? Check out our press release here or watch this video.
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SeattlePi.com has an article this morning that says that the average law student has “28 pounds of books worth about $1,000 per semester” in their backpacks. Amazon.com and other content providers are examining e-books as a back (and wallet) friendly alternative in a conference later on this month.
Books a weighty issue for law schools
We’re going to take this opportunity to promote PLI’s own Online Library, which allows online access to all of our Course Handbook and treatise titles, with releases automatically updated; a space and budget saving alternative to a print subscription. For more information, email us at LibraryRelations@pli.edu.