Today, vLex is pleased to announce a new partnership with LexBlog, adding over 400,000 blog articles to vLex’s global collection of legal content, which currently extends across 100 jurisdictions. The partnership means that vLex researchers will now have direct access to LexBlog’s unparalleled network of legal news, insights, and analysis from over 23,000 individual contributors and over 1,400 blogs covering 50 areas of law worldwide. This new collection is the latest in a series of updates from vLex, including the launch of their new blog category with over 300,000 blog articles and complete Official Gazette coverage for Latin America. The company who recently acquired London-based Justis to expand into the common law market, are set on providing global coverage for legal material, underpinned with AI-powered legal technology, making it easier to access important legal material all in one location.
“The addition of LexBlog content on vLex will provide our customers with a much richer experience and enable them to access legal news, expert commentary and the important legal content they require all in one location. We’re pleased to be working with an established and trusted organization who provide much-needed content direct from law firms and well-known authors to our sector.” Lluis Faus Co-Founder & CEO of vLex.
“LexBlog is honored to play a role in the advancement and the administration of the law,” said Kevin O’Keefe, LexBlog founder and CEO. “With legal insight and commentary moving from traditional law journals and law reviews to legal blogs, legal research platforms lacked a central source for this secondary law. As the ‘aggregator and curator of record’ for legal blogs, LexBlog welcomed the opportunity to serve vLex customers. vLex’s mission of delivering the world’s legal knowledge, one country at a time, fits right in with our mission of connecting lawyers with people, for good.”
The LexBlog network
The LexBlog network features contributions from a broad array of lawyers and legal professionals, including many Am Law 200 law firms such as Baker McKenzie, DLA Piper, and McDermott, Will & Emery. The LexBlog network also includes contributions from leading legal institutions, such as the International Lawyers Network, The Chicago Bar Association, and Griffith University. While most posts are written by U.S. firms, the network includes firms from all over the world, and even the U.S. content has international appeal and far-reaching impact.
Founded in 2004 to empower lawyers to increase their visibility and accelerate their business relationships through blogging, LexBlog today is the world’s largest legal blogging community that brings together many of the best legal minds on the web. With a platform empowering 23,000 bloggers to share their insights and commentary, LexBlog aids the democratization of legal journalism and the rise of citizen reporting around the globe.
vLex is a legal technology company, who developed their technology to empower law professionals by combining one of the most extensive collections of legal information in the world with the most advanced AI-powered tools. With hundreds of thousands of clients and millions of users around the world who rely on vLex to address their legal research and technology needs. vLex are one of the leading companies developing legal technology on a global scale, with a team of over 160 lawyers, engineers, and editorial experts. vLex apply the power of an AI cloud-based data hub to ingest, enrich, classify and deliver insights contained in over 100 million legal documents from over 2,000 multilingual and multi-legal system global sources, to bring you the most up-to-date and relevant legal data and content.
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