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Do you find it difficult to squeeze training into your busy schedule? Would you like to gain valuable skills without leaving your desk?

Webinars are a convenient tool providing learning support through using a combination of desktop sharing with phone conferencing enabling you to see the product and hear the Learning Consultant live as they move through the service step-by-step. These sessions can be conducted in groups or individually and are all fully customizable.

Follow the steps below and register for a webinar today!
  • Select a session you would like to attend from the options below
  • Follow on screen instructions and thereafter ensure you receive a confirmation email
  • To join the session, simply select the unique url which would have been previously emailed to you
  • Once you have entered the webex console, you will be presented with audio dial in numbers and passcodes

Please let us know if the dates/times displayed do not work with your schedule as we are happy to make alternative arrangements for you

Should you experience any difficulties, please email or call us on 02 9422 2529

Please note, the webinar times shown are for Australian Eastern Daylight Time

Fast facts on Civil Procedure and the Australian Encyclopedia of Forms and Precedents (for small firms)

This Lexis Advance webinar will focus on easily locating your most used content within Civil Procedure resources, such as court orders and rules and the use of AEF&P smart forms and bundles. The session will identify ways for users to create direct pathways to their most visited titles and increase research efficiency.  The session will demonstrate these titles through use of both the red search box and accessing content via the publications or favourites pods. We will also focus on other key features such as narrowing down results with pre and post search filters, browsing sources, creating favourites, annotating, highlighting, sharing text, and using your search history and research map.


Duration: 30 min | Date: 14/12/2018 | Time: 12:00 PM