Thomson Reuters and the Toronto Lawyers Association (TLA) are pleased to announce an exclusive partnership agreement designed to bring value to TLA members through programs developed to better equip small law firms for success. Through a joint vision, we are working to support lawyers by providing resources that enhance their knowledge of the law and organize their practice so they can continue to evolve as quickly as the law to meet their client’s needs.
Specialized programs will be offered to small law firms and lawyers starting their own practice, as well as significant product discounts. “As a former small law firm lawyer and owner, I experienced first-hand the many challenges facing lawyers ready to strike out on their own and in the early years of practice,” said Fred Glady, Vice President, Customer Segments Thomson Reuters. “Thomson Reuters and the Toronto Lawyers Association have partnered to give small law firm TLA members what they need to meet these challenges and build thriving practices.”
The Toronto Lawyers Association offers the professional legal community with a comprehensive, up-to-date, collection of electronic and print resources, reference services, continuing legal education, advocacy, and networking through numerous programs and events provided within the Courthouse Library. “I’m very pleased to offer our members the additional benefits that come with partnering with Thomson Reuters,” said Joan Rataic-Lang, Executive Director/Library Director at Toronto Lawyers Association. “In addition to these free resources, we are also dedicated to offering free research assistance.”