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The Massachusetts Trial Court Law Libraries have made WestlawNext available at 15 law library locations* statewide at no charge for the user.  The new service includes databases on Massachusetts and Federal law and specialized content on bankruptcy, immigration, municipal law and social security.  Over 130 general treatise are also available for searching.  We have marked these titles in our online catalog to make the service more visible to the public and to staff.

Look for a note like this one when you are looking at a title in our catalog.

Location:  All Trial Court Law Libraries
Collection:  Electronic resource
Status:  Currently Received
Notes:  Available at all Trial Court Law Libraries on WestlawNext.

In addition, LexisAdvance is available at no charge at all 17 locations for the Trial Court Law Libraries.

*WestlawNext is not available in New Bedford or Bristol.

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