Practising in a small law firm offers some great professional and personal advantages. But it also comes with challenges. You shoulder sole responsibility for every file that comes your way.
How you spend your time directly impacts your bottom line.
We’re offering small law firms like yours a complete practice solution to help you deliver your best work. On every file. For every client. For $200 per month per lawyer, our practice solution bundle gives you proven time-saving resources tailored for your practice.
- Find updated cases, statutes, and supporting materials in one simple search.
- Eliminate research steps with single screen access to the answers you need, including excerpts from leading texts in your practice area.
- Confidently approach any file with easy-to-read guidance on the current practical implications of the law and how it translates into an agreement, brief, policy, or transaction.
- Provide digitally secure copies of documents to your clients and store them where they can be accessed by others in your firm.
Experience the resources
A comprehensive collection of forms and precedents covering a broad range of legal subjects
Use the industry's most preferred online legal research service to find information quickly and confidently.
The way to read Thomson Reuters eBooks and eLooseleafs.
Legal know-how that gives lawyers a better starting point with resources developed by expert Lawyer-Editors.
Frequently asked questions
Program is eligible for Canadian law firms between one and three lawyers. There may be geographical eligibility criteria. For details and questions, please contact your sales representative.
The price at launch is $200 per month per lawyer, per package. A second and third lawyer within the firm will be priced at a discount rate of $100 per month each, as long as they are buying within the same package. All lawyers in the firm must participate in the program.
This is not an introductory price. The price will be available upon renewal (for so long as the program is offered), subject to usual annual price increases.