Legal Publishing

Data Trace’s author base is comprised of prominent lawyers from the nation’s leading firms. We have gathered experts in corporate law, estate law, family law, employment law, securities law, limited liability company law, licensing and technology transactions law, and the Uniform Commercial Code’s Revised Article Nine to produce an outstanding line of legal books and manuals. This line continues to expand as existing legislation is updated and new legislation is introduced.

Drawing from its prestigious author base, Data Trace’s legal division boasts multiple series of state-specific books, many national books, and several high profile CD-ROM products. Data Trace is focusing its efforts on the development and marketing of both CD-ROMs and Internet-based legal projects. In addition, Data Trace anticipates the expansion of its role as an information provider in the legal publishing arena by offering products that utilize the latest technologies to meet consumer demand.

Data Trace was chosen by the Harvard Law Review Association to publish, on an exclusive basis, all 100+ archival years of the Harvard Law Review on CD-ROM. Harvard’s Editorial Board chose Data Trace for this project after a highly competitive selection process in which the major national and international legal publishing companies participated.

The American Bar Association Section of Business Law (60,000 members) selected Data Trace to be the exclusive publisher of all 50+ archival years of The Business Lawyer on CD-ROM. This 57-year-old publication is the most widely read legal periodical in the United States. Data Trace was chosen for this project over virtually every other major publisher in the industry.

Data Trace has established itself as an important and recognized leader in legal publishing and looks forward to continued growth and success in this arena.

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