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LexisNexis CaseMap

If you are looking for LexisNexis CaseMap, you have come to the right place. We explain what LexisNexis CaseMap is and point you to the official download.

What is LexisNexis CaseMap?

The LexisNexis CaseMap suite of products is a set of litigation programs aimed at facilitating easy and orderly case-building and monitoring. It provides tools too for reporting and data sharing within litigation teams, and includes, among other things, the following utilities: TimeMap, which is used to graph timelines and facts/developments for a case for historical reference purposes; NoteMap, which can be used to create outlines; TextMap, which can be used for the organization and creation of transcripts; and DepPrep, which is used in the preparation of witnesses for their testimonies. Of course, the main CaseMap tool itself is bundled with these, and serves as the primary application handling entry, organization, sorting, and overall management of facts and other relevant case resources.

The program has a lot of other features intended to provide a full digital solution for casework. It has the ability to process files in bulk for printing as well as file format conversion, is equipped with optical character recognition for quickly converting traditional media into digital files, integrative abilities of Microsoft OS users, real-time team interaction support, powerful search abilities, custom spreadsheet creation, and more.

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File types supported by LexisNexis CaseMap

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Last updated: : July 27, 2014