(New York, NY – September 9, 2015) The New York Law Institute, (NYLI), a membership law library, is pleased to announce the addition of the Lexis Digital Library to its electronic offerings which will make nearly 400 Matthew Bender and ABA titles available to members.

This new electronic resource, powered by the Lexis Nexis/Overdrive digital platform, is currently free for all NYLI members, allowing them to download eBooks to their devices anytime, anywhere. These eBooks may be downloaded to members’ computers and a variety of devices and used immediately.

“This is a transformative time at the New York Law Institute as we’ve begun to see our electronic book usage surpassing that of our print collection” said Executive Director Ralph Monaco, “and therefore that’s where we’re putting our budget dollars”.

“We are grateful to our steadfast members who continue to support our endeavors to move into the digital age and our recent transformation into a national organization. Therefore, we’re very excited about being able to offer them this new addition to our electronic offerings as we know that this is going to be of great use to their research.“   Monaco continues, “This new acquisition has been in the making for nearly two years now as we’ve been following the growth of the Lexis Nexis Digital Library closely and have been working with them to reach this final implementation.”

The NYLI Lexis Digital Library is now available to all members and can be accessed here: http://www.nyli.org/electronic-resources/ebooks. For more information, please contact us at ekroski@nyli.org.

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