By Legal Futures’ Associates LexisNexis
The Rule of Law is more than just a principle at LexisNexis. It is at the heart of everything we do. It guides the products we design, the content we write and we way we do business. Our products and services make a substantial difference to our goal of advancing the Rule of Law around the world.
That’s why we’re giving registered charities free access to LexisLibrary and LexisPSL until August 2020.
Nothing is more important
In these challenging times, access to the law is challenged. Law libraries and reference books are in inaccessible offices. Support networks for lawyers are limited with the reduction of ready access to more experienced colleagues. Yet, with new emergency legislation, Brexit on the horizon and huge uncertainty, there is an unprecedented demand for reliable, up-to-date guidance.
Access to the law
This is particularly true in the Charitable sector. From legal support clinics, to medical support and care organisations – every part of the third sector is under immense pressure and challenge by the COVID-19 crisis. Despite reduced funding and furloughed staff, many charities are finding increased demand for their services. At LexisNexis we want to help. Access to industry leading legal resources is too important to be impeded by changed location or circumstance.
That is why we are giving registered charities complimentary access to LexisLibrary and LexisPSL until August 2020.
We want to ensure that those who most need access to the law, get it.
We invite Registered Charities who would benefit from access to LexisNexis to sign up here: https://www.lexisnexis.co.uk/products/lncomplimentaryaccess.html We will then be in contact.