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Thomson Reuters Practical Law is an online legal intelligence service designed to meet the needs of the busy practitioner. Our leading legal know-how goes beyond primary law and traditional legal research and our expert lawyer-editors have significant experience working in the world’s leading law firms, companies, and public sector organisations. 

We provide standard documents, checklists, legal updates, how-to guides, as well as an unparalleled combination of regional and international content presented using state-of-the-art technology and maintained by our 230+ expert attorney-editors.

Practical Law Sectors, new to Practical Law

Introducing Thomson Reuters Practical Law Sectors, our latest addition to Practical Law to give you the tools and knowledge to provide commercially relevant legal advice across multiple sectors. Sectors include: Energy, Financial Institutions, Life Sciences, Technology, Media & Telecoms

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