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Amy leads the thought leadership and content marketing strategy for LexisNexis UK, creating insights for corporates and legal professionals. She is an established writer and researcher, having contributed in publications, such as The Law Society, LPM, City A.M. and Financial IT.

Neil specialises in banking and asset finance transactions with a particular emphasis on shipping finance, aviation finance, renewable energy finance and in providing corporate finance transactional support. Neil qualified as a solicitor with TLT in 2004 and worked as a finance solicitor in both the Bristol and London offices before joining the asset finance team at DLA Piper.

Alex Heshmaty is a legal copywriter and journalist with a particular interest in legal technology. He runs Legal Words, a legal copywriting and marketing agency.
Holly joined LexisNexis in July 2014 and works primarily on the PSL Public Law module. Holly read law at university and qualified as a solicitor in private practice. Before starting her legal career, she gained experience working in local government and spent a year studying politics. Prior to joining LexisNexis, Holly worked in the Global Technology and Sourcing team at BP, supporting a variety of global procurement and compliance projects. Upon joining LexisPSL, she worked in the Commercial and LexisAsk teams before assisting with the development and launch of the PSL Public Law module. Holly looks after a number of core public law subject areas, including Brexit.

Lisa McClory is a legal knowledge management consultant. She has practised as a solicitor and Professional Support Lawyer at Slaughter and May and has worked as a Legal Knowledge Consultant at KPMG Law. She has founded Fractal Legal, an independent legal knowledge consultancy, offering support to in-house teams and law firms on lawtech and knowledge innovation.

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Predictive coding is a method of technology assisted review (TAR) used to assess the relevance of high volumes of documents for purposes of electronic disclosure...

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19 Jan 2021

As part of our sector-focused series, we have curated the key resources and points you need to know from the legal updates produced during the fourth quarter of 2020....

15 Jan 2021

Most lawyers have heard of litigation funding and many have used it. But it’s still a relatively nascent field and has a lot of room for growth over the next few years....

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15 Jan 2021

2020 has introduced formerly technical jargon into common parlance, largely due to COVID-19, from ‘R rate’ to ‘PPE’. Perhaps one of the most memorable words to be plucked...

15 Jan 2021

These Brexit highlights bring you a summary of the latest Brexit news and legislation updates from across a range of LexisNexis® practice areas, collated on 15 January...

14 Jan 2021

The past year has brought a huge increase in technology adoption for lawyers, and remote working has become familiar. These changes have made it easier to see the...

14 Jan 2021

Members of the European Parliament's Committees on Foreign Affairs and International Trade met to debate the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) in a joint...

13 Jan 2021

Artificial intelligence (AI) is a term which is commonly bandied about in legal technology circles. But what exactly does AI mean today - and do lawyers need to be...

11 Jan 2021

Disputes derive from context, so it can be difficult to categorize them neatly, but there are four elements that commonly feature: internal, meaning, external, and...

8 Jan 2021

These Brexit highlights bring you a summary of the latest Brexit news and legislation updates from across a range of LexisNexis® practice areas, collated on 8 January...

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Predictive coding is a method of technology assisted review (TAR) used to assess the relevance of high volumes of documents for purposes of electronic...

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As part of our sector-focused series, we have curated the key resources and points you need to know from the legal updates produced during the fourth...

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Most lawyers have heard of litigation funding and many have used it. But it’s still a relatively nascent field and has a lot of room for growth over...

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Members of the European Parliament's Committees on Foreign Affairs and International Trade met to debate the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement...

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