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Thomson Reuters Practical Law Connect integrates Westlaw legal resources with Practical Law know-how, best-in-class tools and support to help you and your team get to the right answer faster. Discover firsthand how Practical Law Connect works.

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Expert attorney-editors

Our team of over 300 Practical Law attorney-editors create and maintain the Practice Notes, Checklists, Toolkits, Model Documents and other how-to resources that give you’re a better starting place for any task. They also leverage their extensive practice experience at leading law firms, corporate legal departments, and government agencies to select the right resource for the job.

The Practical Law Connect difference for in-house counsel

Only Practical Law Connect gives your team expert how-to guidance, curated resources, and time-saving tools – all in one place, organized around how you work.

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Are you ready to reduce your department’s time on unfamiliar matters and manage work more effectively? Use the Practical Law value calculator to create your very own custom savings report and see how Practical Law start saving you time and money today.

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