Award-winning journalism combines with deep data and analytics to deliver unparalleled business of law news coverage, timely insights and industry intelligence.
Earlier this month, LexisNexis® unveiled Law360 Pulse, a new business of law news service. Law360 Pulse combines the award-winning journalism and research of Law360 with powerful data and analytics from Lexis+ to deliver unparalleled business of law coverage, timely insights and industry intelligence that help law firms and legal departments succeed. The new offering complements Law360’s industry-leading practice of law coverage, giving legal professionals a single best source for comprehensive legal news.
Law360 Pulse keeps lawyers on top of industry issues and trends, such as leadership and lateral moves, finances, compensation, technology, government policy, regulations, ethics and more. With in-depth focus on large and mid-market firms, in-house counsel, courts and litigation, and local coverage in nine states, readers can customize their Law360 Pulse news feed by selecting the content that’s of most interest, signing up for daily newsletters and setting alerts to stay better informed.
“Law360 is already the legal industry’s daily ‘must read’ source for news and content across a broad spectrum of practice areas. The addition of Law360 Pulse to that platform gives readers a single destination for all of their business and practice of law news,” said Sean Fitzpatrick, CEO, LexisNexis North America. “Law360 Pulse also connects directly to source documents available in Lexis and Lexis+, integrating the day’s news and feature content directly into the attorney’s workflow.”
In addition to 24/7 breaking legal news and in-depth features on business of law issues, Law360 Pulse will release a series of insightful surveys, rankings and reports on law firm practices and industry trends to keep law firms and legal departments better informed. The first report, titled Physical Space in a Pandemic: How Law Firms are Adapting, was issued today alongside a broader series on how COVID-19 has impacted the business of law. Future content will include compensation data, attorney satisfaction, and surveys on managing partners and summer associates.
“Law360 Pulse tracks the issues, trends and challenges that shape today’s leading firms and legal departments, with in-depth coverage on important topics that can give organizations a competitive edge, such as new technologies, diversity and inclusion programs, alternate fee options, and more,” said Rachel Travers, Vice President & General Manager, Law360. “Our exclusive Surveys & Rankings section will provide readers with critical insights and intelligence that can be used to inform business decisions.”
At launch, Law360 Pulse will feature new business of law content spanning 14 topics and geographic regions, including:
- Modern Lawyer: Covering large law firm finances, leadership and lateral moves, compensation, government regulation, legal tech, legal ethics and disruption in the market.
- Mid-Law: Covering similar business of law topics from the perspective of regional and midmarket firms.
- In-House: Topics span executive moves, legal ops, technology, government policy, court developments and other forces reshaping how in-house lawyers do business.
- Courts: Covering the biggest news out of the courts, including major lawsuits and decisions, SCOTUS and other judiciary news, and policy changes that impact litigators.
- Daily Litigation: A sampling of federal and state litigation news from across the country, including complaints and decisions in notable cases such as class actions and MDL bellwethers.
- State-Specific Coverage: Focused business of law news from nine states, including California, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Texas. Additional state coverage will be added to the platform in the future.
Law360 Pulse will continue evolving to keep ahead of the changing needs of its readers. In addition to expanded news and feature content, future enhancements will include insights derived from LexisNexis’s industry-leading analytics tools. Articles will integrate data visualizations and analytics from authoritative sources such as Lex Machina and CourtLink to help readers anticipate opportunities and uncover trends and patterns that affect their practice.
LexisNexis will be offering legal professionals complimentary access to Law360 Pulse for a limited time. For more information about Law360 Pulse, and to start a free trial, please visit www.law360.com/pulse.
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