A major objective of Thomson Reuters is helping customers improve their productivity and deliver better client service by allowing them to access their legal information and tools anytime, anywhere. Over the last several months, Thomson Reuters has introduced or updated numerous mobile products and apps to meet the increasingly mobile workflow of legal professionals.

“Thomson Reuters is focused on serving the needs of our professional customers and delivering critical content, news and solutions into their workflow when and where they need it. Mobile is an increasingly critical way in which our customers interact with information,” said Bob Schukai, global head, Mobile Technology for Thomson Reuters. “We are striving to design and develop best-in-class platforms to facilitate agility, quality and consistency across products that will help people work as efficiently while mobile as when they’re in the office, and seamlessly, no matter which computing platform they use.”

WestlawNext leads the mobile initiative with several enhancements, most recently announcing the launch of a new WestlawNext AndroidTM app and enhancements to the award-winning WestlawNext iPadâ app. Thomson Reuters ProView, the professional-grade eReader platform, recently added Android, Windows and Mac versions, and enhanced performance, navigation and library management for iPad users.

Additional mobile initiatives from Thomson Reuters designed to benefit legal professionals include:

  • GC Advisor
  • Convene
  • CLE Mobile
  • FindLaw Lead Line
  • Black’s Law Dictionary
  • Thomson Reuters News & Insight
  • Reuters News Pro
  • Westlaw Portfolio
  • My Legal Projects

For more information on the numerous mobile apps, websites and other products from Thomson Reuters Westlaw, visit the mobile apps page at the Westlaw Store.

To view a complete list of mobile offerings from Thomson Reuters for the iPhone® and iPad, click here.

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