Thomson Reuters Gets DOJ Contract for Legal Products, Info Services; Steve Rubley Quoted

Jeff Brody
Steve Rubley

Thomson Reuters has secured a multiyear contract to give Department of Justice personnel access to technology platforms designed for legal research and investigative purposes.

The company said Monday it will also provide the CLEAR investigation tool to help DOJ components locate information on a subject and examine criminal events.

More than 25K users across the department will have access to the information service provider's Westlaw Edge, Litigation Analytics, Drafting Assistant and Practical Law products.

“We are honored to be of continued service to DOJ professionals and to contribute to their mission to provide public safety, prevent and investigate crime and administer justice,” said Steve Rubley, president of Thomson Reuters' government segment and a two-time Wash100 Award recipient.

The agreement covers the availability of CLEAR database to the FBI, Drug Enforcement Administration and other agencies under DOJ.

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