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    The effect of DIY culture on legal work

    DIY culture has created a challenge for attorneys. Fortunately, there are tools and resources available to help law firms meet the needs of the modern client.


    Mitchell v. Wisconsin allows exigency BAC test

    Reference Attorney analyzes history behind US Supreme Court Mitchell v. Wisconsin case.

    White Paper

    Demystifying AI: A legal professional’s guide through the noise

    Thomson Reuters sheds light on Legal AI with this seven step guide to help lawyers cut through the noise about Artificial Intelligence to discover the impact it could have on their legal practices.

    Innovation Article

    Legal Drafting Software Checklist

    Wondering if you are getting everything you could out of your legal drafting software? Click inside to see our checklist of what a drafting software should provide and whether or not yours is up to par.


    Preparing your legal function for a global expansion

    Read about best practices for in-house law departments supporting companies expanding operations into the global marketplace.


    Practical Law for municipal attorneys

    It’s a big ocean of legal issues facing local government attorneys and we all need a lifeline at some point


    Use litigation data to gain leverage

    See how legal research helps litigators gain valuable insight into judges, courts, and opponents.

    Innovation Article

    AML Fraud How to Spot a Money Launderer

    Learn how banks are properly and efficiently monitoring business deals for money laundering in an increasingly global environment in an article from Thomson Reuters.


    Automating the legal client experience

    Is your firm keeping up with the times? As technology keeps improving, clients expect more. Automation can help you provide the services your clients demand.


    The difference between data and results in public records

    For professionals who rely on public records, the gap between the available data and the answers they need must be as small as possible.