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Addressing Accessibility Issues


To address accessibility issues, we are removing case images (including PDF, RTF and Word) from Westlaw search results from the 5th of November. 

Digital accessibility is the inclusive practice of ensuring that websites, tools and technologies are designed and developed so that people with disabilities can use them. When digital tools are correctly designed, developed, and updated, generally all users have equal access to information and functionality. 

After the Covid-19 pandemic, we are becoming more and more reliant on digital solutions, and it is now more important than ever that people have access to digital content without barriers. At Thomson Reuters, we are committed to ensuring that all products that we support are accessible for all users. 

You can continue accessing PDF images when displaying a document.

Alternatively, you can download up to 99 case images at once in Find & Print.

Sharon Shin
By Sharon Shin
Product Manager - Westlaw

Sharon Shin is a Product Manager for Westlaw. She has over 13 years of experience at Thomson Reuters.

Sharon has held a range of product and commercial roles at Thomson Reuters including Books, Westlaw China, Westlaw Asia, Westlaw MENA, Westlaw Australia and New Zealand. Sharon is a customer advocate and is passionate about improving the user experience.

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