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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 Future of Law and In-House blogs, as well as reporting on industry events. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Italian and French from the University of Warwick.

Matthew is Head of Brand, PR and Content Marketing at LexisNexis. He has experience leading the PR and brand strategies for several global and corporate companies. Matthew has led high-profile sponsorship and brand strategy campaigns, including the British Gas’ sponsorship of British Swimming during the London 2012 Olympics. As a brand marketer, he has regularly secured front page coverage on national publications including the Times, Telegraph and the BBC. He has a Bachelor’s Degree from Durham University, a Professional Diploma in Marketing (CIM), a Fellowship of the Institute of Data and Marketing and is a Non-Executive Director of the European Sponsorship Association. 

As an Engagement Manager at LNUK  Brad focuses on pre-sales for Lexis Draft, helping Law firms and In-House teams leverage and deploy technology effectively. This involves helping clients build the business case and on-going strategy to drive usage as well as overcoming any associated challenges. Prior to Lexis Nexis Brad worked with legal services firms and tech providers looking to differentiate their brand and gain competitive advantage through various activities including digital marketing, thought leadership and events sponsorship. 

Andrew is a news editor in the current awareness department of LexisNexis. After graduating from the University of Glasgow, he has worked in legal journalism covering key developments in the sector and beyond.

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Innovation has become one of the main buzzwords for the legal profession, with firms of all sizes looking for new ways to enhance their legal tech and transform their...

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Should tech companies face stricter regulation and pay more tax? Yair Cohen, a partner at Cohen Davis Solicitors, discusses the pros and cons of self-regulation and...

5 Aug 2019

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26 Jul 2019

LexisNexis has partnered with DELTAS to inspire the next generation of women in technology. With the technology industry experiencing such a lack of diversity due to...

24 Jul 2019

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12 Jul 2019

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20 Jun 2019

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27 May 2019

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13 May 2019

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Innovation has become one of the main buzzwords for the legal profession, with firms of all sizes looking for new ways to enhance their legal tech and transform their...

Regulating the internet—rise of the tech giants and new media channels
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Should tech companies face stricter regulation and pay more tax? Yair Cohen, a partner at Cohen Davis Solicitors, discusses the pros and cons of self-regulation and...

Fear of tech in the legal profession
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From going paperless to being digitally savvy at the recent legal futures event one of the main fears expressed throughout the legal profession was legal tech and new...

Fact, fiction and fake news—exploring the impact of fake news
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Whether it's Trump or fake Facebook ads, fake news and fake news sites are everywhere. But what actually is 'fake news' and what impact does it have society? Adelaide...

DELTAS—Inspiring the next generation of women in tech
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LexisNexis has partnered with DELTAS to inspire the next generation of women in technology. With the technology industry experiencing such a lack of diversity due to...

How technology can reduce risk and time waste
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Tech in the legal industry is pretty controversial, some lawyers love the progression, while others shy away in fear of it. In this article we look at how new...

GDPR and data breaches—staying compliant
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The recent GDPR fines of up to £184m ($230m) received by British Airways and Marriott International show just how difficult staying GDPR compliant can be. We highlight...

Entering the tech industry—breaking down gender stereotypes
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In celebration of the upcoming Women of the Silicon Roundabout, one of the largest women in tech event series, we look at Freya Becker's journey taken breakdown gender...

Influencer marketing—How to regulate this exploding sector
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While significant steps have been made to ensure that influencers disclose paid relationships to audiences, there are several questions outstanding. Namely: How can an...

Diversity of thought in technology
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How diverse is technology? We all use it, but what about the industry. Jenny Haugue notes that change is still needed when it comes to the stereotypes of the tech...

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