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We have updated our look

We have updated our look

Posted by matt-terrell | 18 April 2019

Justis is proud to be a vLex company, which means a new look for us, and more content for you!

Following the recent news of Justis’ acquisition, we have started the process of improving our branding. From April 2019, you will start to see our new look appear across our newsletters, emails, social media and our website, including our new logo shown right. If you would like to learn more about vLex, you can read our recent blog post to learn more about their coverage, technology and history.


FAQs

What has changed? At this time, we have only updated the Justis branding and our social media handles. Everything else will remain the same, and you will be notified of any additional changes.

What new content will be available? By becoming a vLex company, Justis will be able to offer you more content from the USA, Canada, South America, Europe, secondary materials, additional common law materials, and much more. Over the coming months we will inform all of our customers of this new content and how to subscribe through Justis or vLex.

How will this affect my subscription and access to JustisOne? Your subscription with Justis and the content you can access on JustisOne will remain the same. You will continue to be able to access JustisOne by clicking Sign-in on the Justis website or by using the direct URL.

Questions? If you do have any questions, please contact your account manager.

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