LexisNexis Legal Awards 2020: open for in-house!

LexisNexis Legal Awards 2020: open for in-house!


Earlier this month, the annual LexisNexis Legal Awards opened for entries. The awards, which were formerly known as the Halsbury Legal Awards, were launched in 2013 to celebrate achievement and innovation across the legal sector and provide an excellent opportunity for members of the in-house community to gain recognition for their work.

Most obviously, the In-House Team of the Year award is presented to the legal team that is judged to have delivered an exceptional level of legal service to its organisation. This can take many forms, such as support for the business’s commercial goals; success or strong performance in negotiation; material contribution to the business’s operational efficiency and profitability; or risk management and avoidance and the category is open to teams from both the public and private sectors.

This award attracts many high calibre entries, with last year’s worthy winners Trainline fighting off strong competition from the other shortlisted entrants - Financial Services Compensation Scheme, London Stock Exchange Group, Markerstudy Group and Royal Mail Group.

However, in addition to this, 12 out of the total of

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Stephen has 25 years’ experience in the legal information and training business and, prior to joining LexisNexis in November 2014, launched a range of e-learning solutions for the Law Society. His arrival coincides with a period of transformation in the regulation of legal CPD and   he is excited at the prospect of ensuring that LexisNexis’ professional learning portfolio develops to meet practitioners’ changing needs.