Thomson Reuters launches an offline legal research solution, LawTab

thompson reutersLegal database includes cases and legislation from the Supreme Court and selected High Courts

Mumbai, September 23, 2013 – Thomson Reuters, the world’s leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals, today announced the launch of LawTab, a comprehensive legal research solution for Android technology based tablets. Lawtab offers users an easy access to Supreme Court and High Court cases, Central and State Legislations, Circulars and Notifications, Bar Acts and other relevant eBooks enabling users to be productive and maximize their time wherever  they are.

LawTab is an innovative offline legal research solution created for lawyers, judiciary, educational institutions and policy makers who are seeking information wherever they are – on the move, in the office or in meetings. LawTab, with its extensive legal content, is equipped with an intuitive search engine that allows users to conduct legal research.

LawTab allows users to regularly update the off line content by using an SD card or connecting to the Internet.

“The launch of LawTab is consistent with our goal of empowering every lawyer with access to efficient legal research. LawTab allows even those lawyers that do not have access to a PC or Internet to instantly tap into a wealth of information at the touch of a button, enabling them to quickly address their legal queries,” said Arvind Pachhapur, Country   Head of Legal business, India, Thomson Reuters  .

Thomson Reuters plans to make LawTab available at major legal bookstores in selected cities in India.

Thomson Reuters Legal business is a leading provider of critical, online and print, decision support tools, software and services to support legal, academia, policy makers and business professionals.

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