The Legal business of Thomas Reuters launched a new twice-yearly magazine for legal professionals called Thomson Reuters Forum. The inaugural issue takes inspiration from the concept of multiple viewpoints – a new and completely fresh perspective, crowd-sourced through experiences and points of view from across the global legal market.

“Thomson Reuters has a unique opportunity to work across the global legal space with thousands of contacts across all facets of the profession every day,” said Susan Taylor Martin, president, Legal. “Through Forum, we will explore the evolution in the business and the practice of law from the very people who are its agents of change. We will draw upon the deep roots of the legal profession to remind us of the best of our traditions and celebrate the disruptors and iconoclasts who threaten the status quo.”

The insights, ideas and information in Forum will live best in a modern, digital publication, where ideas can be shared, discussed and argued by legal professionals in law firms, corporations, government, academia, as well as by innovators and entrepreneurs in the legal market.

Thomson Reuters also announced the launch of the new digital and mobile Know 360 app to house all its thought leadership publications. Know 360 allows for access to each issue of our publications on iPhone, iPad, or AndroidTM tablet devices. Forum magazine can be found within that app, as well as Thomson Reuters Exchange, Financial & Risk’s quarterly publication; and Thomson Reuters Informer from our Risk Management Solutions business. And coming soon, the inaugural issue of Thomson Reuters Innovation from the IP & Science business, publishing within Know 360 later in July.

So now you can know it all by reading the thought leadership publications of Thomson Reuters. Exchange, Forum, Informer and Innovation, all at your fingertips in the new Know 360 app. And check out the video below of Mike Abbott, vice president of client management and thought leadership at Thomson Reuters, discussing the launch of Forum and why Thomson Reuters developed it.

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