Contributors
Amy leads the thought leadership and content strategy for LexisNexis UK. Her work appears in LexisNexis' marketing campaigns, industry press 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.

Maria Isabel (‘Marie’) Manley leads Sidley Austin’s Life Sciences team in London and is a distinguished thought leader and adviser on EU and UK regulatory law. She represents development-stage and established global life sciences companies in a broad spectrum of matters, both contentious and non-contentious. Marie advises clients in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical devices, chemicals, cosmetics and food sectors in proceedings before both national and European courts and the regulatory agencies in the UK and across Europe. She has particular experience on issues arising during the life cycle of medicinal products, including IP, advertising, product liability and competition.

As an Engagement Manager at LexisNexis UK, 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 LexisNexis 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. 

Engagement Manager at LexisNexis

Victoria has worked in the Customer Success and Engagements team for three years. She is a qualified lawyer with a deep understanding of the way users interact with our products and she has experience across private practice, in-house and the public sector.  

Ben Trott is the Founder and Managing Director at Marketing Lawyers, a full-service marketing agency and consultancy to Law Firms.

Ben is a Law Firm Marketing & Management Consultant, Speaker and Writer. He was previously one of the youngest Directors of a Law Firm in the UK. Sitting on the senior management board for a national law firm, Ben specialises in Law Firm management, marketing, business development and lead generation. Over 36 months he transformed a legal website from bringing in £250k pa in fees to over £2m pa.

Ben has worked for both national corporate and high street law firms as well as a Barristers Chambers. He has a degree in Law and Business and has experience in running an online travel business.

Ben advises law firms across the world on marketing and business development, having clients in the UK, Europe, Asia and the Far East.

Ben’s expertise includes: advising on all central service strategies in running a law firm, online marketing/digital marketing, blogging, headhunting, PR, events, website development/creation, social media, google analytics, customer journey refinement, SEO, CRO, sales & conversion skills, training, explainer videos, Legal 500 / Chambers & Partners submissions, PPC and team management/mentoring. 

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In-House

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to impact on organisations, legal departments have a vital role in safeguarding and supporting their companies. Often taking on far...

In-House

In June and July this year, we have been delighted to support junior in-house counsel from multiple organisations and help them to succeed in their roles through our...

In-House

Produced in partnership with Chris Boyle, Bethany Wise and Maria Isabel Manley of Sidley Austin LLP  Introduction  We are facing a new life-threatening virus,...

Future of Law

Never has remote working been as common across the legal industry as it is now; more lawyers, operational and support staff than ever are homeworking, creating a real...

Future of Law

The US now has the highest number of coronavirus cases in the world, with widespread ‘Stay at Home’ orders in force across many states. The US legal system has been...

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Future of Law

COVID-19 is impacting law firms all around the world in an unparalleled way. Client & team meetings are now virtual and so are most courts and tribunals. The standard way...

Corporate Law

Amigo has confirmed that it has received a proposal from a potential buyer who is prepared to announce a firm intention to make an offer, subject to an irrevocable...

In-House

Our next weekly free to attend, 45 min Covid-19 discussion sessions will take place on the 26th May from 10:15am – 11am - hosted in partnership with Radius Law and F-Lex....

In-House

LexisNexis has recently launched a new series of webinars looking at the legal issues thrown up by the pandemic, the legislation that has been introduced to combat it and...

Future of Law

Michael Carroll and David Thompson of Signum Services, the in-house investigative arm of UK P&I Club issues this reminder to colleagues, Members and their staff to be...

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Legal operations: How legal teams are adapting to meet new challenges
In-House

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to impact on organisations, legal departments have a vital role in safeguarding and supporting their companies. Often taking on far...

5 key risk management priorities during the pandemic – Emma Dickin, LexisNexis' In-house, Risk & Compliance Specialist
In-House

In June and July this year, we have been delighted to support junior in-house counsel from multiple organisations and help them to succeed in their roles through our...

Coronavirus: What are the intellectual property implications for life sciences companies?
In-House

Produced in partnership with Chris Boyle, Bethany Wise and Maria Isabel Manley of Sidley Austin LLP  Introduction  We are facing a new life-threatening virus,...

From office to home office: Mitigate the risk of manual proofreading
Future of Law

Never has remote working been as common across the legal industry as it is now; more lawyers, operational and support staff than ever are homeworking, creating a real...

The impact of Covid-19 on the US justice system and the legal profession - James B. Daniels, Partner at Riker Danzig
Future of Law

The US now has the highest number of coronavirus cases in the world, with widespread ‘Stay at Home’ orders in force across many states. The US legal system has been...

How COVID-19 is changing the legal landscape for small firms
Future of Law

COVID-19 is impacting law firms all around the world in an unparalleled way. Client & team meetings are now virtual and so are most courts and tribunals. The standard way...

Fall out with founder causes potential disruptions for Amigo sale
Corporate Law

Amigo has confirmed that it has received a proposal from a potential buyer who is prepared to announce a firm intention to make an offer, subject to an irrevocable...

Senior Counsel Event: How legal departments can use lessons learnt to protect and support their organisations
In-House

Our next weekly free to attend, 45 min Covid-19 discussion sessions will take place on the 26th May from 10:15am – 11am - hosted in partnership with Radius Law and F-Lex....

LexisNexis launches COVID-19 webinar series
In-House

LexisNexis has recently launched a new series of webinars looking at the legal issues thrown up by the pandemic, the legislation that has been introduced to combat it and...

Covid-19 and cyber scams: A crisis on the rise
Future of Law

Michael Carroll and David Thompson of Signum Services, the in-house investigative arm of UK P&I Club issues this reminder to colleagues, Members and their staff to be...