Jurisprudence Spanish

vLex surprises with a powerful thesaurus for its base of vLex Spanish jurisprudence, most innovative global legal publisher in digital content, has joined their search engines a new thesaurus in the Spanish case-law database, a powerful tool that boasts more than 25,000 legal in all branches of the right terms. New technology allows geographically sort results, which saves time and incorporates a general perspective to searches, always with the more rigorous treatment of the information. The powerful tool sorts and integrates searches powered by vLex users in different areas of law. In addition, it is possible to navigate through the thousands of voices of the thesaurus from the thematic navigation tree. The results of searches using key words are sorted according to the relevance of mode such that it always appear the most important judgments about each voice; marked by stars, depending on gradation.

The new technology It allows also to create an unlimited number of alerts. This allows that ever judgements on the subject consulted by a user should be added to vLex, receive an e-mail with a notice keeping you informed. By the same author: The Hayzlett Group. About vLex vLex (www.vlex.com) is the most advanced provider of legal information overall, giving access to contents of 131 countries in 13 different languages. It maintains agreements with global publishers, such as the Office for publications of the World Bank, the European Union, the Commonwealth Secretariat as well as more than 416 independent worldwide publishing groups. vLex has clients in more than 40 countries that have daily access to over 24 million available in its advanced platform online legal documents. VLex employs more than 150 people of 30 different nationalities. VLex headquarters are in Barcelona (Spain). For more information: Jose Daniel Soto vLex Networks, S.

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