Contributors
Amy leads the content marketing strategy for LexisNexis UK, writing thought leadership and product content for marketing campaigns, insight reports and legal industry magazines. She is an established writer and researcher, having contributed in national publications, such as City A.M. and Financial IT. She is also one of the writers and digital editors of LexisNexis' insights blogs, the Future of Law and the In-house blog.
Rebecca Morgan is a Customer Success Manager and has been for 2 and a half years.  Rebecca has a particular focus on the Bar.  She is an aspiring Barrister here in the UK and will be sitting the NY Bar exams in 2021.  Rebecca has a deep understanding of the way users interact with our products and has experience across all of our customer segments. 

Market Tracker is a unique service for corporate lawyers housed within Lexis®PSL Corporate. It features a powerful transaction data analysis tool for accessing, analysing and comparing the specific features of corporate transactions, with a comprehensive and searchable library of deal documentation across 14 different deal types. The Market Tracker product also includes news and analysis of key corporate deals and activity and in-depth analysis of recent trends in corporate transactions. 

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.

Paul is Chief Executive at LBC Wise Counsel, a business he founded in 2000 working predominantly with in-house legal teams and General Counsel around the world.

His focus is on impactful one-to-one mentoring, career counselling, supporting the strategic purpose and operational efficiency of in-house teams, and on designing and delivering residential skills development and leadership programmes.

Clients include international energy conglomerates, global life sciences teams and major banks, as well as a range of FTSE and smaller UK teams. He has designed career development programmes, mentored General Counsel and supported over 100 law firm panel appointment processes.

Before LBC Wise Counsel, Paul qualified as a solicitor in the UK in 1987 and was an in-house lawyer for 12 years including as General Counsel to two UK financial services companies.

Paul has lectured in the US, South Africa and across Europe. He has written six books and published over 150 articles. He was for ten years a Trustee of LawWorks and has been a Law Society Council member representing the in-house sector.

Diversity

Future of Law

The Parker Review highlighted the under-representation of ethnic minorities at board-level and made several recommendations to FTSE 350 companies to address this. It set...

Future of Law

In 2019 the Bar Standards Board issued a number of statistics as part of their ‘Diversity at the Bar’ campaign. Disappointingly, but as expected, the numbers were...

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Corporate Law

The BEIS has published preliminary data which shows that for the first time more than a third of board members across the FTSE 350 are women.

Future of Law

No one is above the law - LexisNexis is devoted to advancing the rule of law and you should be too.

Future of Law

With diversity being one of the biggest buzzwords of the moment, we take a deeper dive with Ranjit Sond, president of the Society of Asian Lawyers and Paulette Mastin,...

In-House

By Paul Gilbert | July 2020 The triangle is the least consequential instrument in the school orchestra. The tool for the last one picked. A way to include everyone and...

Future of Law

By James Harper, Executive Sponsor of Rule of Law and CSR at LexisNexis UK Jury trials sit at the heart of the criminal justice system in England and Wales. The...

Corporate Law

Progress towards board gender diversity was given hope this week, with the appointment of Amanda Blanc as chief executive officer (CEO) of insurance Group, Aviva plc....

Future of Law

The Personal Independence Payment (PIP) is the key welfare benefit that people can apply for to cover their increased costs of living arising from a disability. For...

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In-House

What advice would you give to your younger self? What key skills do young lawyers of today need? What tips can you give to help lawyers achieve their best? ...

Diversity

Diversity progress 'painfully slow': Change the Race Ratio campaign calls FTSE companies to take action
Future of Law

The Parker Review highlighted the under-representation of ethnic minorities at board-level and made several recommendations to FTSE 350 companies to...

Bridging the Bar - a campaign to increase diversity
Future of Law

In 2019 the Bar Standards Board issued a number of statistics as part of their ‘Diversity at the Bar’ campaign. Disappointingly, but as expected,...

Women make up more than a third of all FTSE 350 board members for the first time, preliminary BEIS data shows
Corporate Law

The BEIS has published preliminary data which shows that for the first time more than a third of board members across the FTSE 350 are women.

No one is above the law—the importance of advancing the rule of law
Future of Law

No one is above the law - LexisNexis is devoted to advancing the rule of law and you should be too.

The diversity series—BAME diversity in the legal profession
Future of Law

With diversity being one of the biggest buzzwords of the moment, we take a deeper dive with Ranjit Sond, president of the Society of Asian Lawyers and...

Diversity in Legal: The triangle player and you - Paul Gilbert, CEO, LBC Wise Counsel
In-House

By Paul Gilbert | July 2020 The triangle is the least consequential instrument in the school orchestra. The tool for the last one picked. A way to...

Suspension of Jury Trials: A Threat to the Rule of Law
Future of Law

By James Harper, Executive Sponsor of Rule of Law and CSR at LexisNexis UK Jury trials sit at the heart of the criminal justice system in England and...

Women insured on meeting 33% representation in the board room
Corporate Law

Progress towards board gender diversity was given hope this week, with the appointment of Amanda Blanc as chief executive officer (CEO) of insurance...

LexisNexis and Personal Independence Payment (PiP) applications made easier
Future of Law

The Personal Independence Payment (PIP) is the key welfare benefit that people can apply for to cover their increased costs of living arising from a...

What advice would you give to young lawyers today? Interview with Kate Gaskell, LexisNexis’ Director of Transformation
In-House

What advice would you give to your younger self? What key skills do young lawyers of today need? What tips can you give to help lawyers achieve their...