Editor’s Note: InHouse and Lexpert are better together

We are pleased to announce a more streamlined integration of our business-focused brands

Editor’s Note: InHouse and Lexpert are better together

In our efforts to continually evolve our legal brands to serve the profession and its business clients, we are pleased to announce the launch of a new integrated InHouse and Lexpert weekly newsletter.

We will continue to provide insights and recognition to our in-house counsel readers, including through news, profiles and awards, while better highlighting Lexpert’s Legal Insights, feature articles, and the third-party validation of our rankings and directories.

The InHouse community has always been well served by the Lexpert brand – through its awards, insights and peer rankings. However, by unifying the InHouse content with our Lexpert website and newsletter, readers will benefit more easily from a streamlined and expanded approach.

In addition to the weekly newsletter, InHouse content will be brought into the Lexpert website over the next few weeks, weaving these two legal communities together to celebrate excellence in the business of law.

Stay tuned for more information and insights as we evolve to serve the legal profession in Canada.

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