The legal research service Casemaker has partnered with the international legal research service vLex in a joint licensing agreement that gives clients of both companies access to more of the world’s laws.

The agreement enables Casemaker clients for the first time to search for international case law and materials directly from Casemaker’s website. vLex clients will receive access to Casemaker’s full collection of U.S. federal and state case law, codes, regulations, court rules and constitutions, as well as its CaseCheck+ negative citator system.

Casemaker is a legal research service that is offered free to members of some two-dozen bar association in the U.S. It is based in Charlottesville, Va.

vLex is an international legal research service with materials from more than 100 countries. Its collection includes case law, contracts and forms, books and journals, and other materials.

vLex was founded in Barcelona in 1998 and Spain remains the source of half its revenue. The other half comes from the United States and Latin America.

The company is co-headquartered in Barcelona and Miami and has offices in Madrid, Mexico City, Sao Paulo, Bogotá, Buenos Aires, Santiago de Chile and Lima.

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