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West Group Launches Westlaw Anywhere

West Group has announced the release of Westlaw Anywhere, a service that provides fast, convenient, wireless access to Westlaw, and more. Users can access Westlaw content through wireless hand-held computers, such as the Palm VIIx hand-held with Palm.Net service. Westlaw Anywhere users can perform Westlaw searches to retrieve case synopses and headnotes, KeyCite results, and West Legal Directory attorney information. In addition, Westlaw Anywhere provides the ability to download e-books from West Group's online store to a variety of personal digital assistants.

Researchers can visit the West Group home page (http://www.westgroup.com) to download the free Westlaw query-application software, and to download five e-books currently available from the Online Store. Users can access the Westlaw content via a wireless service provider using their current Westlaw passwords and will be charged according to their current price plans. Pricing for the e-books will be based on subscriptions and will be comparable to that for the print products. More e-book titles are expected to be available by the end of this year.

Source: West Group



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