LexisNexis and 360 Legal Group enter into an exclusive partnership

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22 November 2012


LexisNexis UK today announced it has entered into a exclusive partnership with 360 Legal Group. 360 Legal Group, a leading business consultant to the legal sector, has chosen to take Lexis®PSL Practice Compliance service as part of its offering to legal firms.

LexisPSL Practice Compliance is an online risk and compliance toolkit designed to help firms by providing clear and concise notes written by leading experts in compliance. It also provides forms, checklists, policies, registers, templates and examples of how to ensure that a firm is complying with regulations.

Viv Williams, 360 Legal Group managing director, commented: “I am delighted that we have reached this agreement with LexisNexis. LexisNexis is a respected brand and leader in the legal market place. Their LexisPSL Practice Compliance service is leading the pack with its authoritative content and the ability to produce documentation. This is going to be of huge benefit to our clients.”

The service provides detailed guidance of the COLP and COFA rules, business and financial management as well as toolkits on client care, money laundering and criminal sanctions.

Adam Ezro, LexisNexis UK head of partnership, added: “360 Legal Group spotted a gap for documentation and updated news to assist law firms in adapting to the changing economic and regulatory landscape. I am very pleased that they will be taking our service as it will help their clients and is the right fit for LexisNexis.”



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