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The National Law Review traces our roots to 1888 and our on-line news platform was developed by a group of in-house attorneys in Chicago for internal use as an intranet designed to supplement high price subscription news services.
After numerous inquiries from the legal and business community, the National Law Review (NLR) opened its intranet used by C-suite executives and legal professionals to the public.
The National Law Review selectively accepts contributed thought leadership from credentialed professionals. We look for unbiased, informative legal analysis that helps break down complex regulatory and legislative developments.
Through NLR's publishing partnerships with leading law firms and accredited and respected professionals, the National Law Review has grown to one of the highest volume business law websites in the United States.
The National Law Review is a women-owned and operated U.S. based company.