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Access news on vLex to stay up-to-date with the latest developments in your chosen area of law.
From the Browse menu, depending on your jurisdiction, select either News or Newspapers. Depending on the collection available for your selected jurisdiction, you may be able to filter further, or you will be taken directly to the Results page.
From Advanced search, select Newspapers as your content type. Then conduct your search normally using the fields and filters.
When you are searching for news, you will see the following filters:
- Date: this is the publication date. This field will show three options:
- Since: to only see news published after a certain date.
- Range of dates: to see news published within a certain range.
- Exactly on: to search for news published on a particular date.
- vLex Document ID: input the vLex Document ID to find that exact document you are looking for. You can get this number from the share option on the document.
- Publisher: search for news from a specific publisher. Once you start typing, you will see a list of options. The list will vary depending on your chosen jurisdiction.
- Source: search for news from a particular publication. Start typing to see a list of sources to choose from. The list will vary depending on your chosen jurisdiction.
- Cited authorities: search for news that has cited a particular document. For example, if a new bill has been announced and you want to read what the media has said about it, start typing and a list of options will be displayed for you to choose from.
When you select a Newspaper, the first page will show the publisher information on the left, articles published in the latest issue in the central column, and a list of links to the previous issues on the right.
When you click on an article, you will see the following tabs at the top of the screen: