If you have a Kindle, you can send documents directly from WestlawNext to the device. However, in order for this to work you first have to authorize WestlawNext’s e-mail with Amazon, otherwise your Kindle will treat the e-mail as spam and reject the attachment. Here is how to perform that authorization and use the Send-to-Kindle feature (for users of the Kindle App on a non-Kindle device such as a tablet or smartphone, please also see the postscript below).
At the bottom of this page is where you add approved e-mail addresses. It is generally advisable to add your own email address(es) so you can forward documents to your Kindle from your own account(s) as well. If you have a Kindle, add WestlawNext@westlawnext.com to this list.
Use the @kindle.com email address for your kindle that is displayed in the Send-to-Kindle E-mail Settings on the Personal Document Settings page discussed above.
If you don’t have a Kindle device but you have a device with a Kindle App installed, you can still send documents but it requires a small workaround. First use the e-mail feature in WestlawNext and send the PDF version of the document to yourself.
When the device syncs, the document will be in your library. If you want to send a lot of documents to your device, create an e-mail rule that automatically forwards all mail from
WestlawNext@westlawnext.com to your device’s @kindle.com account.