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vLex.com is the most advanced provider of legal information, offering access to contents from more than 140 countries in 13 different languages.

The company has agreements with global publishers such as ProQuest, Gale Cengage Learning, the United Nations Publications, the World Bank Publications, the Commonwealth Secretariat, Oxford University Press and more than 940 independent publishers worldwide.

Our clients from over 40 countries access more than 50 million legal documents available from our advanced platform. vLex.com has over 150 employees of 25 different nationalities. The company has its headquarters in Barcelona and offices in Madrid, Buenos Aires, Mexico D.F., São Paulo, Caracas and San Francisco.

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London — January 2021 Students studying at universities in the UK and Ireland can now enter a new legal research competition, DICTUM, hosted by legal technology company vLex. Focused on answering legal questions, the competition provides students with an opportunity to develop and test skills that are important for any career in the legal industry. Launched under the vLex Justis Academy banner, DICTUM is more than a competition; it is the first step a student can take in…
Last week, ROSS Intelligence announced it will be ceasing operations on January 31st, 2021. This significant change to the legal research landscape will undoubtedly leave many attorneys without the technological support and AI-powered services they are used to. To allow ROSS’ customers across the United States to maintain access to legal information, and provide them with a legal research platform that also uses the power of AI to deliver additional insights, we are offering ROSS customers free…
London — November 2020 An extensive collection of South African case law is now available to law firms and universities around the world following an agreement between Juta and vLex earlier this year. Accessing this important collection on vLex will also enable researchers to benefit from AI-powered search and analysis tools, available for South African law for the first time. Containing over 80,000 cases from a range of Southern African courts, this new resource will provide unique possibilities for…
London — November 2020 Legal professionals and students around the world can now save time and improve their research with vLex for Word. The new plugin brings AI-assisted legal research tools to Microsoft Word, including Vincent, which can recommend highly relevant materials as they work. vLex for Word analyses any legal document, including skeleton arguments, research briefs and essays, and offers powerful functionality to anyone undertaking legal writing or conducting research. It can help users to verify their citations…
London — November 2020 Vincent, a leading AI-powered legal research assistant available from vLex, is now trained in the laws of 20 new jurisdictions, including Australia, New Zealand, and 18 Caribbean countries. By combining human search behaviour with machine speed, Vincent enables law firms, researchers and law schools to go beyond traditional research methods with easy-to-use technology to save time and enhance their work. A new standard in legal research vLex’s powerful search and discovery legal research assistant, Vincent, is…
London — October 2020 Law firms around the world can now expand their legal research by uploading their own documents to vLex Cloud and combine their knowledge with vLex’s global collection of legal information to create a research resource personalised to the needs of the firm and their clients. The first of its kind, vLex Cloud represents a seismic change for legal researchers across the world. The connectivity between internal and external legal knowledge will enhance research effectiveness, while…
Bloomsbury Professional and vLex partnership brings authoritative law reports to an AI-powered research service For the first time, authoritative family and tax law reports will be available alongside the world’s largest collections of common and civil law on an AI-powered research platform, following a new agreement between vLex and Bloomsbury Professional. Accessing these important reported series on the flagship vLex Justis platform will enable legal professionals and universities around the world to benefit from intuitive search…
London — September 2020 — A new collection of New Zealand case law, including superior court cases and a range of tribunals, is now available to researchers around the world on the AI-powered legal research platform, vLex Justis. This is the first time an up-to-date and extensive collection of New Zealand case law can be accessed on a global service alongside those from the UK and other key common law jurisdictions, making this an essential resource for legal research in…
London, September 2020 Vincent, a leading AI-powered legal research assistant, currently available in the UK, US and Canada, is now available for the Irish legal sector on the flagship vLex Justis platform. By combining human search behaviour with machine speed, law firms, researchers, and law schools can now go beyond traditional research methods with easy-to-use technology to save time and enhance their work. Vincent’s intuitive interface, accessible on the vLex Justis legal research platform. A new…
New vLex and Juta partnership brings South African case law to a global audience Later this year, there will be expanded potential for comparative research of South African case law, in addition to legal information from over 130 jurisdictions, on a single platform. A recent agreement between vLex and Juta will make an extensive collection of South African case law and authoritative reported series widely available to the legal industry around the world. This new collection will…