Contributors
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.
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.

Gearoidin has worked in the legal services and legal technology and information sector for over 10 years, both as a practising solicitor and more recently as an Account Manager at LexisNexis.  

Gearoidin works with individuals in both legal and financial services to plan and implement technological change programmes, helping organisations achieve strategic business goals.

Connie graduated from the University of Exeter in 2018 with a BA degree in History and Politics, where she spent time as the Online Editor for an arts and lifestyle magazine. As part of the Marketing team at LexisNexis UK, Connie works predominantly within the Digital Marketing division. She provides support through administrative tasks, including research and reporting, and has assisted with the coordination of campaigns. 

Mary is Head of Academy at LexisNexis, she is responsible for driving continuous learning across our Go To Market division to ensure development achieves demonstrable ROI. She has first-hand experience in the creation of a digital learning landscape and manages the needs of a blended learning curriculum day to day. 

Flexible Working

Future of Law

The LexisNexis Bellwether Report 2020 has revealed that COVID-19 has had a serious impact upon the morale and well being of lawyers, which has got worse as the pandemic...

In-House

 With a second round of lockdown now complete, and the Christmas break on the horizon, the practice of working from home (WFH) has been bolstered across many...

Future of Law

Covid 19 has had a massive impact on the judicial process in the UK, producing a widespread and unexpected pilot of digital courts. There had been a slow march in this...

Future of Law

COVID-19 has posed a once in a generation challenge for many law firms. Our Bellwether survey found that 57% of firms have responded by furloughing staff to control...

In-House

 It’s rare you’ll find an office where Learning and Development doesn’t feature heavily in the culture statement, perhaps to the point where it’s taken for granted. ...

Future of Law

"Success is neither magical nor mysterious. Success is the natural consequence of consistently applying the basics fundamentals"[1] Legal research is one of those 'basic...

Future of Law

“There are decades where nothing happens, and weeks where decades happen.” The second article in our research series (see the first, here: Bellwether Insights 2020:...

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Future of Law

I think we are on the verge of a technological transformation of arbitration. This has been coming for some time: there has been a lot of discussion of technology in...

Future of Law

In recent years, the judicial system been at the centre of a struggle between preserving its renowned traditional system, and mounting pressure for it to modernise - to...

In-House

Q&A with Neil Smith, Legal Operations Specialist and former LexisNexis Director. The COVID-19 crisis has thrown the world of office-based workers into unchartered...

Flexible Working

Mental health of lawyers and COVID-19
Future of Law

The LexisNexis Bellwether Report 2020 has revealed that COVID-19 has had a serious impact upon the morale and well being of lawyers, which has got...

Working from home for lawyers: top tips
In-House

 With a second round of lockdown now complete, and the Christmas break on the horizon, the practice of working from home (WFH) has been bolstered...

The future of virtual justice: Is there still a place for brick and mortar courts?
Future of Law

Covid 19 has had a massive impact on the judicial process in the UK, producing a widespread and unexpected pilot of digital courts. There had been a...

Could furloughed staff be reimagined to create new business opportunities? Q&A with Brian Evans, Managing Partner at Lanyon Bowdler Solicitors
Future of Law

COVID-19 has posed a once in a generation challenge for many law firms. Our Bellwether survey found that 57% of firms have responded by furloughing...

How lawyers can master learning from a distance
In-House

 It’s rare you’ll find an office where Learning and Development doesn’t feature heavily in the culture statement, perhaps to the point where it’s...

Legal research and why it will always matter - Charlotte Pope-Williams, Barrister, Pinsent Masons LLP
Future of Law

"Success is neither magical nor mysterious. Success is the natural consequence of consistently applying the basics fundamentals"[1] Legal research is...

Bellwether Insights 2020: Has the crisis created permanent change to legal business operations?
Future of Law

“There are decades where nothing happens, and weeks where decades happen.” The second article in our research series (see the first, here: Bellwether...

The forces against virtual arbitration - Ben Giaretta, Partner at Mishcon de Reya
Future of Law

I think we are on the verge of a technological transformation of arbitration. This has been coming for some time: there has been a lot of discussion...

Digitisation of the Courts: Could Covid-19 be the catalyst needed for change?
Future of Law

In recent years, the judicial system been at the centre of a struggle between preserving its renowned traditional system, and mounting pressure for it...

WFH: Thriving in the new norm
In-House

Q&A with Neil Smith, Legal Operations Specialist and former LexisNexis Director. The COVID-19 crisis has thrown the world of office-based workers into...