Contributors
Harry is the author of Banks on Sentence: the definitive sentencing guide, having taken over from Robert Banks in 2019. Harry is a practising criminal barrister who is regularly instructed to prosecute and defend in London and the South Eastern Circuit. He is a member of the CPS advocates panel at grade 2.

Before coming to the Bar, Harry worked at the Law Commission of England and Wales as a research assistant assigned to the Sentencing Code project. Harry has worked for several years as a legal researcher for Blackstone’s Criminal Practice and was a contributing author on the 2017 edition of Miller on Contempt of Court.

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. 
Sarah leads marketing for the Academic and Bar legal communities at LexisNexis. She is passionate about customer-centric marketing and delivering data-based insights to help clients get the best use out of LexisNexis solutions and products, and ensure they succeed in their roles.

Prior to her role at LexisNexis, Sarah specialised in delivering large B2B marketing programmes across a number of industries, including Financial Services, Technology and Manufacturing.

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.

Holly joined LexisNexis in July 2014 and works primarily on the PSL Public Law module. Holly read law at university and qualified as a solicitor in private practice. Before starting her legal career, she gained experience working in local government and spent a year studying politics. Prior to joining LexisNexis, Holly worked in the Global Technology and Sourcing team at BP, supporting a variety of global procurement and compliance projects. Upon joining LexisPSL, she worked in the Commercial and LexisAsk teams before assisting with the development and launch of the PSL Public Law module. Holly looks after a number of core public law subject areas, including Brexit.

The Bar

Future of Law

The long-awaited Sentencing Code has now commenced. What are the key changes and what makes this a significant improvement on the pre-Code Law? Banks on Sentence author,...

Future of Law

A year into COVID-19, the pandemic has had a fundamental impact on the working lives of barristers across the UK. Rebecca Morgan of LexisNexis, asks Stuart Wright,...

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What is the impact of COVID-19 on legal demand? Which practice areas are the most (and least) impacted, and what has this meant for the Bar? At the Annual Bar and Young...

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...

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The government has published its response to the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) consultation on proposed changes to the rules governing the departure from retained EU case law...

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"We are humans and we should all be treated equally according to our individuality"  I am Jennifer Oghenewaire Nikoro from Nigeria, a Legal practitioner, Arbitrator,...

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...

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

The Ministry of Justice (MOJ) has launched a six-week consultation on rules governing the departure from retained EU case law by UK courts and tribunals after IP...

Future of Law

At LexisNexis, we are committed to inclusion and equality, and we stand in solidarity with Black communities. On the 19th June 2020, Mike Walsh, CEO, published the...

The Bar

Commencement of the Sentencing Code – a welcome step forward
Future of Law

The long-awaited Sentencing Code has now commenced. What are the key changes and what makes this a significant improvement on the pre-Code Law? Banks...

Paperless and agile working at the Bar
Future of Law

A year into COVID-19, the pandemic has had a fundamental impact on the working lives of barristers across the UK. Rebecca Morgan of LexisNexis, asks...

Gross Legal Product (GLP) Index 2021 – Predicting future trends in the Bar
Future of Law

What is the impact of COVID-19 on legal demand? Which practice areas are the most (and least) impacted, and what has this meant for the Bar? At the...

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...

Brexit Bulletin—government opts to extend power to depart from retained EU case law to Court of Appeal
Future of Law

The government has published its response to the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) consultation on proposed changes to the rules governing the departure from...

Equality in Legal: Discrimination against physically challenged persons in third world countries - Jennifer Oghenewaire Nikoro
Future of Law

"We are humans and we should all be treated equally according to our individuality"  I am Jennifer Oghenewaire Nikoro from Nigeria, a Legal...

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,...

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...

Brexit Bulletin—government consults on regulations extending powers for courts and tribunals to divert from retained EU case law
Future of Law

The Ministry of Justice (MOJ) has launched a six-week consultation on rules governing the departure from retained EU case law by UK courts and...

LexisNexis Legal & Professional condemns racism and discrimination
Future of Law

At LexisNexis, we are committed to inclusion and equality, and we stand in solidarity with Black communities. On the 19th June 2020, Mike Walsh, CEO,...