Legis Información y Soluciones

Legis is a solutions provider focus on products in the areas of law, accounting and foreign trade. Legis portfolio includes a platform for legal information research (Legis Xperta), a practice management software (Legisoffice), and a platform for the analysis of case law (Legis analytics).


Overview

StatusActive
CategoryLegal Research
HeadquartersBogotá, Colombia
Founded1952
Tagscase law, legal documents, legislation, documents
Websitehttps://www.legis.co
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