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Accessibility and Library Materials

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Commitment to accessibility and usability is an essential aspect of current product development at LexisNexis. We aspire to create products and services that all users can access with ease regardless of physical abilities. In keeping with that commitment to accessibility, we address the need for accessible products by leveraging our strengths through creative use of technology, and strive to comply with all applicable laws and international standards.

LexisNexis information services [licensed or offered] to U.S. federal agencies generally support navigational tools and orientation information to help support accessibility and usability by individuals with disabilities. Under 29 U.S.C. 794d (more commonly known as Section 508), government agencies must provide access to electronic and information technologies (EIT) for individuals who have disabilities that is comparable to the access available to non-disabled individuals. LexisNexis is committed to providing accessibility under the standards of Section 508.

As a leading legal information provider, our company-wide effort to make our products fully accessible is ongoing. We aim to implement user-centered design and accessibility best practice throughout the product life cycle. Completed WCAG2.0 checklists are adapted as part of accessibility verification and remediation process. Our focus on accessibility aligns with our commitment to empower all customers including persons with disabilities. In the rare event that a product or feature is found to not be accessible, we encourage customers to contact us so we can work to accommodate your needs.

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