UK: Mondaq creates added value with Chambers and Partners 5th December 2002
Last Updated: 10 December 2002

Mondaq (www.mondaq.com) today alerted its clients and site users of its new alliance with Chambers and Partners, the authoritative resource for information on the worldwide legal profession. By publishing online with Mondaq, customers of Chambers and Partners may now link articles by their law firm to their online listing at www.chambersandpartners.com thus adding maximum value to their relationship with both parties.

In addition articles will appear in the new year on Chambers and Partners European service, and their new American service, due for launch in April next year. The two parties have plans to build on this success through markets in the rest of the world.

Mondaq Global Distribution Manager, Roy Edwards said of the alliance: "This program underlines not only the strength of Mondaq's business model, but also illustrates the strong strategic fit between Mondaq and Chambers and Partners . We are delighted that in providing this offer we can maximise value for all our clients - and set both parties even further ahead of other services in the market"

Mondaq, established in 1994, is the market leader for publishing and distributing articles online by professional services advisors worldwide. Mondaq's content is distributed to hundreds of partner web sites and online services including Reuters, Lexis, Dialog, Bloomberg, Profound, FT.com, and Dow Jones."

Chambers and Partners are renowned as the publisher of the leading independent Guides to the Legal Profession worldwide. They publish Chambers Global, Chambers UK and Chambers USA. Lawyers are ranked by the opinions of their clients and peers. They have a truly global overview of the legal marketplace. Chambers also publish Commercial Lawyer magazine, the monthly magazine for lawyers throughout Europe in private practice and in-house, known for its in-depth features on issues at the forefront of a changing profession.

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