April 2, 2015

Thomson Reuters Earns 13 Top Honors in 2015 National Law Journal Readers Rankings

Customers continue to recognize WestlawNext® and Thomson Reuters Elite™ as best in class

EAGAN, Minn.  April 2, 2015 – Thomson Reuters, the world’s leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals, took top honors for key products and services across 13 categories in the fourth annual Best of The National Law Journal Readers Rankings.

Thomson Reuters (Westlaw) was recognized as the top Legal Research Provider, including software as a service, digital and print products. WestlawNext, the industry-leading legal research solution, was ranked best Online Legal Research Provider, and for the third year in a row, named best Solo Firm/Solo Practitioner Research Provider and Legal Research iPad Application. Thomson Reuters Elitewas recognized as the top Time & Billing Software for the third consecutive year. It also was named the best Law Firm Business Intelligence and Law Firm Proposal Automation & Experience Management solution. In addition, ProLaw was recognized as the top Docketing Solution.

Additional top honors included:

The awards were based on a readership survey of The National Law Journal. The survey garnered nearly 7,700 votes from readers who were asked to rate the best products and services.

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Alex Cook
Thomson Reuters
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