The 2012 New York Law Journal Reader Rankings
Westlaw, WestlawNext and Pangea3 Win Top Awards
Thomson Reuters Westlaw, WestlawNext and Pangea3 have won top honors in the 2012 New York Law Journal Reader Rankings. Based on a survey of New York Law Journal readers, and featuring 63 categories, more than 6,800 voters rated the best services and products ranging from legal research to technology products, and litigation support to education, recruiting and more. For complete survey results and methodology, visit newyorklawjournal.com.
- Westlaw was named the Best Online Legal Research Vendor for the third consecutive year.
- WestlawNext was named The Best Solo/Small Firm Research Vendor for the third consecutive year as well as Best Legal Research App, a new category this year.
- Pangea3 was named the Best Legal Process Outsourcer for the second consecutive year since the category was included in the survey.
"This recognition is gratifying because it comes from customers – the professionals who work with our products every day. Their accolades strengthen and affirm our goal of providing legal professionals with products and services that they can rely on anytime, anywhere, such as WestlawNext, which is used by more than 43,000 legal organizations and the majority of the AmLaw 100," said Colin Mackay, vice president of Marketing at Thomson Reuters.
"It is an honor to be recognized by our clients and peers as the Best Legal Process Outsourcing provider for the second year in a row. Their votes are especially meaningful as we pride ourselves on our ability to create new solutions supported by deep client relationships,” said Greg McPolin, managing director, Pangea3 and Corporate Counsel Litigation Sector.