Lexis Advance Quicklaw

Online Access Connect via the Web
Restricted to UBC’s Allard School of Law faculty and students. Password registration is required.
(Non-Law UBC students, faculty, and staff should use Lexis Advance Quicklaw Plus.)
Subject Area Law
Coverage Note: Lexis Advance Quicklaw has transitioned from LexisNexis Quicklaw

  • Full-text court & tribunal decisions & case law summaries
  • Expert commentary & legal analysis
  • Legislative collections for every province and territory
  • Current awareness sources for the latest legal news & developments
  • LexisNexis Canada textbooks
  • Halsbury’s Laws of Canada Online
  • News & Companies
  • U.S. Primary Law Collection, U.S. and International Legal and Tax Sources & International Forms & Precedents Collection
  • U.K. Primary Law Collection, Halsbury’s Laws of England, All England & CaseSearch & International Forms & Precedents Collection
  • Australia and New Zealand Primary Law Collection
  • Lexis Practice Advisor (large database collection of checklists, forms, precedents and how-to guidance in various areas of practice)
User Materials Documentation and Training Resources (Tip Sheets, Videos & User Manuals)
Law School Students
Password Registration Transfer / Exchange / Visiting / New LL.M. / New Ph.D. Students / New Faculty (in UBC’s Allard School of Law): should send an e-mail with their student number to Elim Wong to obtain registration associated with Allard School of Law.
– 1Ls: You should have received registration instructions from your Legal Research & Writing instructor on how to register.
UBC’s Allard School of Law Faculty and Students: without a password should send an e-mail with their student number to Elim Wong.
– Everyone with a misplaced/forgotten password should click on Forgot your ID or password?; if that does not work, e-mail Elim Wong or call LexisNexis Quicklaw at 1-800-387-0899.
Training Documentation and Training Resources
Academic Training Materials
Help Ask for Help
Library Contact Elim Wong


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