About LexisNexis® Canada

At LexisNexis Canada, we’re dedicated to our customers, to innovation and to the rule of law.


We’re committed to delivering information and workflow solutions to Canadian legal professionals to make their work lives easier. LexisNexis® Canada is part of LexisNexis® Legal & Professional, a leading global provider of information and technology solutions that enable professionals in legal, corporate, tax, government, academic and non-profit organizations to make informed decisions and achieve better business outcomes. Part of RELX Group, LexisNexis Legal & Professional serves customers in more than 175 countries with 10,000 employees worldwide.


We’re committed to innovation.

We go beyond what the law “is” to helping lawyers practise it better.

  • We develop the tools to make the work lives of legal professionals easier.
  • We provide access to the most comprehensive content, information analytics and workflow efficiency solutions.
  • We deliver solutions through leading-edge technology.

We focus on delivering better outcomes for law firms through our market-leading products that combine comprehensive content with workflow efficiency solutions.

  •  Comprehensive Content – Written by leading Canadian legal experts.
  •  Workflow Efficiency – Research, practice management and litigation solutions that work the way Canadian lawyers do.


We’re committed to customers.

We engage our customers to understand their needs and what they value through interviews, focus groups, advisory boards and research surveys. We use our valuable customer insights to introduce new workflow solutions to increase productivity.


We’re committed to the rule of law.

Globally, LexisNexis helps the broader communities we serve and is committed to advancing the rule of law. LexisNexis Canada has supported the rights of individuals to access sources of law by donating more than 3,000 of the books it has published to institutions in developing countries.

Evolution of Law

We've created a timeline to show how law and technology have evolved in Canada since 1797.