Future of Law

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Hannah is one of the Future of Law blog’s digital and technical editors. She graduated from Northumbria University with a degree in History and Politics and previously freelanced for News UK, before working as a senior news editor for LexisNexis.

Amy is a content writer and marketing manager at LexisNexis. She previously worked as an independent writer and researcher, for clients such as, Unilever, Kantar TNS, The Soil Association, MasterCard and Lufthansa Airlines. She has written for national publications, including City A.M. and Financial IT. Amy now writes and plans editorial content for the LexisNexis blogs, campaigns and industry magazine features. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Italian and French from the University of Warwick.
Richard Mabey is CEO and co-founder of contract collaboration platform Juro, which helps high-growth businesses in 45 countries manage contracts. Previously Richard was a corporate and M&A lawyer at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer. FT Intelligent Business named Richard one of the global top ten legal business technologists in 2019.

Aslak is a news editor in the current awareness team at LexisNexis. He is a law graduate from the University of Glasgow and has previously worked for a local Norwegian newspaper. He has a wide-ranging interest in news and current awareness, as well as legal matters and developments. 

Rory is a solicitor in the Financial Regulation team at Pinsent Masons LLP, with personal academic interests in private, public and international law approaches to emerging financial technologies.

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Future Of Law

For anyone in the legal profession who wants to understand the latest industry developments, key market trends, recent technology changes and how to succeed in the business of law. 
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11 Nov 2019

As we move to a digital world and the likes of 'fake news' rises, can you really be sure your online legal research is legit?

8 Nov 2019

Have you ever stopped to think how many times your face has been captured by Facial Recognition Technology? With many barriers and challenges to overcome what does the...

8 Nov 2019

Losing sleep over the fact the legal profession is in the top five for most reported data instances? Employing a Data Protection Officer could help you sleep more...

7 Nov 2019

The legal sector is supposedly a late adopter of technology. In fact, today, lawyers are embracing technology more and more. Currently in the legal industry, you can’t...

7 Nov 2019

At the latest London Law Expo, Karen Waldron and Dani Mccormick shared how LexisNexis has moved towards new collaborative working practices and culture. They outlined...

6 Nov 2019

The future of law blog aims to keep you informed on cutting edge industry topics, and with any luck, give you a different perspective that you might not have thought...

31 Oct 2019

You get a call, there has been a data breach on some of your most sensitive data. What is your first thought? Your first action? Here are some tips from the latest...

30 Oct 2019

The pace of change in legal tech has been dramatic, but as with any hype-heavy topic, misconceptions and myths stubbornly persist. It’s the responsibility of tech...

29 Oct 2019

In the current climate, changes in the legal market have encouraged both lawyers and law firms to focus more acutely on the concept of talent management. Increasingly,...

24 Oct 2019

On 25 November 2019, the SRA Handbook 2011 will be replaced by the more condensed SRA Standards & Regulations. We take a closer look at how the SRA Handbook changes will...

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Fact or fiction—Is your legal research legit?
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As we move to a digital world and the likes of 'fake news' rises, can you really be sure your online legal research is legit?

Big Brother is watching—the impact of Facial Recognition Technology
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Have you ever stopped to think how many times your face has been captured by Facial Recognition Technology? With many barriers and challenges to overcome what does the...

Can employing a DPO help you sleep better at night?
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Losing sleep over the fact the legal profession is in the top five for most reported data instances? Employing a Data Protection Officer could help you sleep more...

Legal tech, lawtech, let’s call the whole thing off
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The legal sector is supposedly a late adopter of technology. In fact, today, lawyers are embracing technology more and more. Currently in the legal industry, you can’t...

The benefits of closer collaboration within Legal Tech
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At the latest London Law Expo, Karen Waldron and Dani Mccormick shared how LexisNexis has moved towards new collaborative working practices and culture. They outlined...

Top 5 October reads on the future of law
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The future of law blog aims to keep you informed on cutting edge industry topics, and with any luck, give you a different perspective that you might not have thought...

Data breaches—What would you do?
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You get a call, there has been a data breach on some of your most sensitive data. What is your first thought? Your first action? Here are some tips from the latest...

The top 5 misconceptions about legal tech
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The pace of change in legal tech has been dramatic, but as with any hype-heavy topic, misconceptions and myths stubbornly persist. It’s the responsibility of tech...

4 key skills for lawyers in 2020
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In the current climate, changes in the legal market have encouraged both lawyers and law firms to focus more acutely on the concept of talent management. Increasingly,...

SRA reforms 2019: What is changing and how can you prepare?
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On 25 November 2019, the SRA Handbook 2011 will be replaced by the more condensed SRA Standards & Regulations. We take a closer look at how the SRA Handbook changes will...

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