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Free Resources During COVID-19 Disruptions

A list of free resources offered by publishers to ease the transition to remote instruction.



  • Lexis Nexis / @Law360’s coverage of CoronaVirus in the legal world:

  • Lexis Nexis: For our global community, we’ve created a COVID-19 News Tracker to help make sense of what’s happening in the media. We’ve been using the news tracker to monitor the velocity of the news and hope it will provide you with some additional perspective and useful insight. Many of the charts on the site are embeddable and can be used on your internal or external sites. Click here to check out the tracker.

  • IBIS - CONTACT: Andrew Gilberti  Senior Client Relationship Manager, Industry Research Division, 40 Wall Street, Floor 15, New York, New York, 10005, USA  -- Office: +1 201 839 4885  Email:
    “Our industry insider articles are freely available to the public through the links provided. Feel free to share or direct people to them as you wish.”  You’ll find a centralized hub for all coronavirus resources on the Industry Insider – check back regularly for updated information.
  • A Coronavirus Industry Fast Facts list that outlines how the spread of the virus is impacting sectors across the countries where IBISWorld operates, including Australia, Canada, Germany, New Zealand, the UK and the US.
  • A series of Industry Insider articles discussing in-depth impacts on industries in the United StatesCanadaAustralia and the United Kingdom.
  • An exposure analysis tool to help you understand which industries have high trade exposure to China. If you’re interested in this, I’d be happy to send it to you.
  • We have fast-tracked updates to our industry research reports to reflect recent developments – you can find a list of recently updated titles here.
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