Monday , September 28 2020

DIFC Academy signs deal to boost use of legal tech

DUBAI / WAM

Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC Academy) and Thomson Reuters Mena announced that they have entered into a strategic partnership that aims to substantially boost the knowledge of legal technologies and legal research tools, and their use in the region.
The partnership will see Thomson Reuters Legal provide a series of online sessions to legal professionals across the region that are designed to help local legal professionals understand the various legal technologies and legal research tools that are available to them.
The sessions, suitable for all lawyers, whether law firms or in-house, will cover a range of topics from digital transformation and adopting legal tech to emerging legal trends in the market. It will also introduce participants to various legal technologies, including Thomson Reuters’ own global legal research platforms, Westlaw and Practical Law.

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