Thomson Reuters continues to develop unique partnerships around the world to help foster innovation.  The latest is a new fellowship to support the Legal Design Lab at the Stanford Center for the Legal Profession at Stanford Law School. The one-year fellowship will support the Legal Design Lab’s innovative work in exploring concepts for novel approaches to the law and the delivery of legal services.

The collaboration is part of a global effort to support innovative thinking to advance the legal profession. Thomson Reuters also partners with CodeX − The Stanford Center for Legal Informatics on programs such as FutureLaw 2016, and sponsors the LegalX Cluster at the MaRS Discovery District in Toronto, one of the world’s largest urban innovation hubs. Thomson Reuters also recently opened global data and innovation labs at Communitech in Waterloo, Ontario as well as in Boston, London, Zurich and Cape Town.