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Titles and Resources on Lexis Advance
LexisNexis is the original digital database of legal documents. With a comprehensive body of primary law, it's one of the two databases relied on by attorneys to quickly find controlling cases and statutes. It also contains digital versions of many premier legal subject treatises useful for researchers seeking to understand a specific area of the law.
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Healthcare Practice Center
Centralized landing page that provides quick access to Lexis' variety of materials relating to health law, including primary authority, practice guides, forms, and legal news.
Health Care Law: A Practical Guide
A practitioner's treatise on health law. Can serve as a strong overview, though not necessarily a comprehensive compilation of controlling law.
Health Care Reform: Law and Practice
A guide to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, organized according to the different stakeholders it affects. Statutory and administrative provisions are discussed, as well as litigation concerning the law.
Treatise on Health Care Law
Very wide-ranging treatise on the diverse aspects of health law. Includes a high level of citation to primary authority and distinguishes many different legal circumstances.
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- Clicking "Secondary Materials" inside the "Explore Content" box.
- Navigating to the "Practice Area" heading at the bottom of the page and clicking "Healthcare Law."