Answered By: Desk Librarian
Last Updated: Jul 09, 2015     Views: 5

Hi Margaret,

Thank you for your question, and sorry for the slow response - we were away with winter break. Yes we still have access to many legal encyclopedias through LexisNexis, including American Jurisprudence. Lexis has recently redeveloped their entire search screen, so I'm not entirely familiar with it yet and there may be a better way to do this, but if you click on the link that says "Browse" at the very top of the LexisNexis screen, it will take you to an area with lots of folders. Click the folder that says "Treatises & Analytical Material," and that will take you to the list of secondary materials like encyclopedias and handbooks.

Let me know if you need any more help with LexisNexis or any other research product!

-Monica

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