A world class team is behind the market leading product Lexis PSL.
This team is comprised of in-house lawyers, recognised contributors and authors, and of course expert Consulting Editorial Boards for each practice area.
To demonstrate the breadth, quality and depth of the key people who contribute to LexisPSL we have compiled this guide to introduce them to you, broken down into the area in which they practice.
Download Meet the Experts Guide (PDF, 7.75 MB)
Click on the link below to download mobile friendly version of the PDF:
Download Meet the Experts Guide (PDF, 2.02 MB)
On the one hand, your firm needs to cut costs. On the other hand, it needs new skills and knowledge to win and retain business and hold on to top talent like you. LexisPSL helps your firm do both.
LexisPSL frees you from routine tasks, repetitive drafting and lengthy research– so you have more time to think strategically and find new ways to stand out from the crowd.
LexisPSL gives you a systematic approach to accessing comprehensive know-how and guidance in their practice areas, and keeping up to date. This helps you comply with the mandatory outcomes in the new SRA Code of Conduct, and helps you evidence that you have systems in place to meet the requirements of the code.
To mark the official coming into operation of the Prudential Regulation Authority and the Financial Conduct Authority on 1 April 2013, Lexis®PSL experts have analysed how the changes will affect lawyers, consumers and clients.
The e-supplement also contains facts and figures on the implementation of the changes made by the Financial Services Act 2012, as well as a checklist on the action you need to take post-legal cutover. The e-supplement can be viewed or downloaded by following the link below.
Download Lexis®PSL Guide to the Financial Services Act
Improve efficiency and cut costs
Bringing all its information services under one roof made sense for Andrew & Co, a firm of independent solicitors with offices in Lincoln and Newark. The move from hard copy library to electronic began two years ago, but the company was using products from several rival providers.
Download Andrew & Co case study
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