As of 1 July 2019, Lexis® HK would hand over the baton to our advanced legal research platform, Lexis Advance® Hong Kong.
Lexis® Practical Guidance Hong Kong
Deliver answers quickly to your clients with LexisNexis Practice Guidance and its trusted suite of authoritative know-how and out-of-the-box templates.
Lexis Advance® Hong Kong Upgrade
Our Lexis® Practical Guidance workflow-based online solution platform will retire at the end of June 2019. We will upgrade our online legal research platform to Lexis Advance® Hong Kong.
Expert advice just a click away
Written by Hong Kong lawyers, for Hong Kong lawyers, Lexis®Practical Guidance gives you the tools you need to work more efficiently.
Make your workflow work for you
A dedicated workflow solution written by Hong Kong experts to guide you through even the most complicated of matters. With 8 practice areas to choose from, we have the answers you need.
Lexis® Practical Guidance is a new workflow-based online solution, providing a wide range of practical materials you can't find anywhere else. It is an intuitive service with easy access to concise legal content, in context to a practitioners' workflow. Made in Hong Kong, for Hong Kong, our service contains exclusively written content by trusted experts. Therefore, your transactions and citations are backed up by authoritative commentary. Each module, designed by practice area, includes practice notes, precedents with additional clauses and drafting notes, checklists, forms, cases and legislation – all in one place.
What our customers say
Lexis® Practical Guidance has fundamentally changed the way I approach research, for the better!
What our customers say
The work-flow solution has cut my research time down by as much as 50%, and this enables me to dedicate that time saved elsewhere.
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The work-flow solution has cut my research time down by as much as 50%
Gawan Lo is the sole associate at Hong Kong based firm Wan Yeung Hau & Co . Here, he explains how Lexis® Practical Guidance has enabled him to add value to the firm, cut his research time down by half and, happily, how he no longer has to travel to the High Court library to conduct research.
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