March 28, 2013
Thomson Reuters Garners Seven Top Honors in 2013 Best of The National Law Journal Readers Rankings
EAGAN, MINN – Products and services from Thomson Reuters, the world’s leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals, took top honors in seven categories in the second annual Best of The National Law Journal Readers Rankings.
WestlawNext, the industry-leading legal research solution used by over 47,000 legal organizations, was recognized as the Best Legal Research Vendor (including offline) for the second consecutive year. WestlawNext also earned top accolades for Best Legal Research iPad® App and Best Solo Firm/Solo Practitioner Research Vendor. KeyCite was named the Best Legal Citator and Westlaw Drafting Assistant was named the Best Tables of Authority Solution. In addition, Thomson Reuters Elite was named the Best Time & Billing Solution and ProLaw was named the Best Docketing Solution.
"Having our products recognized as the best in class by the people who use them in their work is a great honor,” said Colin Mackay, vice president of Marketing at Thomson Reuters. "This recognition from our customers affirms how our products and solutions help legal professionals be more efficient, confident and effective in supporting their clients.”
The awards were based on the readership survey of The National Law Journal that featured 70 categories and garnered nearly 5,000 votes from readers who were asked to rate the best products, services and education.
For more information about WestlawNext, including information about the iPad app and customer testimonials about how WestlawNext is helping to better serve clients, visit westlawnext.com. To see the full complement of Elite’s offerings, including ProLaw, visit elite.com. To learn more about Westlaw Drafting Assistant, visit legalsolutions.thomsonreuters.com/draftingassistant.
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