A birthday present for Lord Halsbury: LexisNexis name an app in his honour

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3 September 2012


On the anniversary of Lord Halsbury’s birthday – he would have been 189 today – LexisNexis has renamed one of its smartphone apps as Halsbury’s Legal Terms.

The app, formerly known as LexisNexis Legal Terms, provides LexisLibrary subscribers with on-the-go access to key points of law. Covering a wide range of legal topics, customers can find the meaning of a legal term, the legislation where that term was defined and read the key cases about that definition. It also provides links to related terms.

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To see LexisNexis’s birthday card for Lord Halsbury, click here.



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One Response to “A birthday present for Lord Halsbury: LexisNexis name an app in his honour”

  1. I wonder whether Lord Browne-Wilkinson, or Lord Wilberforce, or even the infamous Lord Denning will follow suit down the ages?

    I’m loving the way that the ancient is blended with the modern by Lexis though! ;-D

  2. Martin Callan on September 3rd, 2012 at 5:06 pm

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