Skip to content Skip to navigation menu
Your browser is not supported by this site.
Please update to the latest version, or use a different browser for the best experience.

Practice-Ready Solutions

Helping law students go beyond book smart with an
experiential legal education that prepares them to
succeed as new associates.

Connecting theory and practice.

True experiential learning requires that students and faculty go beyond traditional legal research to interact with the tools required for success in a rapidly changing legal market. Thomson Reuters Practice-Ready program does just that by combining the tools professionals use every day with deeper access to legal information that enhances understanding and develops practice-ready professionals.

Develop confident, employable, practice-ready graduates

The practice of law is continually changing, and the skills new lawyers bring to the table must change with it. By using the technology that is in law practices across the nation, students can immediately contribute to an organization’s success in their professional careers.


Practical Law

Practice Point

Drafting Assistant Essential

Improved experiential and clinic learning

If knowledge of the law is foundational for professional success in practice, understanding the workflow of a law office directly supports that success. Knowing how a firm works efficiently, manages clients, and conducts research is key insight that will set students apart.

Doc & Form Builder for Clinics

Deeper scholarship with legal data and analytics

A well-rounded legal education should reach beyond research. It must delve into areas like risk assessment, intellectual property, mergers and acquisitions, and opportunities for continued education.


Practical Law

Practice Point

Monitor Suite for Business Development

West LegalEdcenter for Graduates

Core research materials

Backed by the legacy of West Publishing, Thomson Reuters delivers current, authoritative law books, publications and online content to fuel your students' success.

Extended access to key tools

Extended access to Westlaw and key tools for legal practice

Access to our legal tools doesn’t stop once a student graduates. New graduates retain their credentials for an extended period of time so they can practice from the day they pass the bar and use the same tools their professional peers do.