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Cost-Effective Legal Research Tools for Saving Clients Money

, The Legal Intelligencer


Most clients — as rational consumers — want the best product available, for the least amount of money. While associates cannot control the rates for which their time is billed, they can control another price factor: the cost of their research. After receiving an assignment from a partner, most associates instinctually start researching the issue on Westlaw or LexisNexis, incurring considerable charges that are passed onto the client.

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