LexisNexis has been awarded a contract from the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts to provide information services to federal judiciary personnel for five additional years.
The company will continue to make its nonlegal and legal research tools, content and resources accessible to federal defenders, court staff members, and probation and pretrial officers, LexisNexis said Monday.
Sean Fitzpatrick, managing director of LexisNexis’ North American research solutions business, said the company has worked with the U.S. Courts for more than three decades.
The contract offers federal court researchers access to the firm’s Law360 legal news service as well as its Publisher, Dossier Suite and Analyzer research products.
The content-based tools are designed to help users search, edit, retrieve and share information to mobile devices, websites and electronic publications.