We are excited to announce the launch of Legal Radar, a new website from ALM that provides a continuously updated news feed personalized to a user’s key interest areas.
Legal Radar combines the experience of ALM’s trusted legal publications with sophisticated automation in a sleek news feed that’s free to use and easy to scan on the go. AI technology allows Legal Radar updates to be generated very quickly and to cover a wide range of practice areas and industry sectors.
At launch, content on Legal Radar will focus on new federal lawsuits, litigation trends, client engagements, breaking news and the latest headlines from across the Law.com network. Future releases will offer enhanced features and new content for transactional lawyers.
What makes Legal Radar so valuable is the ability to personalize by selecting core interest areas—whether it’s the emerging cannabis sector, technology clients, employment litigation, insurance work or global companies. First-time users are guided through simple steps to tailor their Radar feeds by following key industries, practice areas, law firms, companies and regions.
Legal industry blogger Jean O’Grady, a leader in law firm knowledge management, describes Legal Radar as a “clean customizable stream of breaking legal news and competitive insights.”
“I found Legal Radar to be visually ‘addicting’ like an endless Facebook stream. It was hard to stop scrolling!” O’Grady writes on her blog, Dewey B Strategic. “Legal Radar will deliver immediate value and can be personalized for all readers. It is a brilliant approach to drawing new readers onto the ALM platform.”
Legal Radar is easy to use on desktop or mobile devices. For the convenience of a mobile app, simply save Legal Radar to your device home screen.
The site’s intuitive news feed format is designed to help busy legal professionals access the information they need and respond to developments as quickly as possible. Users can set alerts for news involving specific companies or law firms and instantly share updates with colleagues and clients.
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➤➤ Get started today at law.com/radar