The Usual Bloggers
Steve is member of the Global Leadership Team for LexisNexis InterAction and is responsible for driving the successful adoption of our market leading CRM solution across EMEA and APAC. This pivotal role sees him transition from Sales and Marketing Director for LexisNexis Enterprise Solutions where he was responsible for taking a portfolio of legal solutions (including InterAction) to market globally.
He has over 30 years of broad financial, IT, sales and business management experience. He is a qualified accountant and an experienced IT Director – having been part of the senior management team at Toll Holdings, a global transportation and logistics company where he implemented ERP, CRM, Logistics and BI systems.
Prior to LexisNexis, Steve held the position of Executive VP – EMEA at Zap Technology, a company specialising in the development and implementation of Business Intelligence solutions to support Microsoft Dynamics ERP and CRM systems. In 2008, he migrated from Australia to establish the business in the UK and successfully grew the business within UK and EMEA over the next 7 years. Before this role, he also held other positions in the company including Director for Partner Strategy & Relations and Regional Sales Director for the UK.View all posts by Steve Zangari
Alex has worked in the legal IT sector for over 15 years, holding senior positions both in-house and at technology suppliers. As a member of the Product Management team at LexisNexis Enterprise Solutions, Alex’s focus is on driving the company’s innovative best of breed solutions forward and maintaining its position as the market leader.View all posts by Alex Dobson
Andrew is General Manager of LexisNexis Enterprise Solutions. Andrew has been with the business for over twenty years, starting as a graduate software developer before leading our Account Management and New Business divisions for many years, helping our clients derive more from their investment. He now leads the UK software business where he is overseeing the execution of our strategy to deliver industry leading enterprise platforms that support both the business and practice of law.
At weekends Andrew is a keen sports follower, a Leeds United fan and enjoys spending time with his family.View all posts by Andrew Lindsay
Andy is an InterAction consultant with 14 years of experience working both in house at professional service firms and at LexisNexis. He has been involved in 50 client InterAction rollouts, 40 of which were as lead consultant. One of his main focuses is on aligning a firm’s BD and Marketing strategy with CRM. He also specialises in training most aspects of InterAction CRM.View all posts by Andy Faulkner
Blair Amer has been working with CRM in the legal sector (in house and global law firms) for over 15 years. Since joining LexisNexis Enterprise Solutions over 4 years ago, he has been the lead consultant on a large number of InterAction deployments in the legal and private equity sectors, locally and internationally.View all posts by Blair Amer
Fiona Jackson has spent over 15 years implementing and working with InterAction in professional services firms, including legal and accountancy. In these in-house roles, supported by InterAction, she managed marketing communications, devised and implemented business development strategies as well as trained and mentored fee earners. She worked closely with internal clients to understand their business processes end-to end and guided them in utilising the 'intelligence' gathered via InterAction to help them be successful at customer relationship management.
Fiona was previously a Client Advisor for five years at LexisNexis Enterprise Solutions; and was often described as "an extension to our business" by her clients. She has now returned to the company to drive an InterAction ‘repositioning’ project for a large London law firm. Fiona is also working with other firms to help them align CRM to wider business development strategies. She specialises in strategic and tactical CRM best practice, and as an expert in devising user adoption strategies, her experience in rolling out and repositioning InterAction as a business tool is proving invaluable to clients.
Fiona is mother to two teenagers, who keep her firmly on her toes. Living in Hertfordshire, she loves walking, is often found obsessing over the latest box set and enjoys all that country pubs have to offer. She also has a spectacular Gin collection of her own. Recently, Fiona has discovered a love for cooking – the varying degrees of success hasn’t stopped her from continuing to giving it a go!View all posts by Fiona Jackson
Harry manages the sale of CRM solutions for LexisNexis across EMEA and South America and has over 30 years of experience providing software solutions to the legal sector. Harry is well familiar with both the needs and the challenges of international law firms and has developed a vast array of experience and expertise that he shares with his clients.View all posts by Harry Pfeffer
In an IT career that has spanned well over twenty five years, Karl spent time in consultancy, operations, product management and solutions design. As a Client Advisor, he is here to help you get the most from your systems and can bring that variety of experience with him to help you. Some of his colleagues have pointed out that he is a geek by nature due to his keen interest in all things technical. Particular areas of focus include integration and mobility. His spare time is taken up with walking (slowly), basketball (also slowly), and photography (excruciatingly slowly). He also maintains an extensive computer lab at home. The “geek” tag is probably well deserved.View all posts by Karl Southern
Loreen's main focus is to provide clients with impartial and objective advice on how to incorporate InterAction into your business. She tries to bring a different perspective on dealing with the many challenges of ensuring user adoption and aligning the system to business planning.
She has worked for a large global law firm implementing InterAction across all offices, so has first-hand experience of dealing with the organisational change brought about by introducing a CRM system, along with the expectations that it can present. Loreen has a deep understanding of technical, process and business issues within a law firm, having worked at all levels to roll out InterAction and manage other Marketing and Business Development Projects over a period of 15 years.
This covered Partners, Lawyers, Secretaries, Senior Marketing and Business Development Managers along with their respective teams.View all posts by Loreen Jamieson
Mani Nanua, Senior Application Consultant at LexisNexis Enterprise Solution, has over 10 years' experience in the CRM space. As part of the Professional Services Application Consulting team, he helps customers to configure Lexis InterAction and implement the solution and associated components to meet their organisational needs. He also conducts training and knowledge transfer sessions to enable customers to optimise the use of InterAction and adhere to best practice methodologies.
Prior to this role, he was CRM Systems Manager at Charles Russell Speechlys LLP. Managing a team to oversee the CRM and the eMarketing functions, he led the amalgamation of the InterAction environments following the merger of Charles Russell and Speechly Bircham. He also drove projects to integrate InterAction with the firm’s practice management system and the rollout of a new integrated eMarketing tool. Before that, Mani has held roles at Tikit and Simmons & Simmons.View all posts by Mani Nanua
Marcus is widely known for his expertise in developing legal software. With roles of Development Manager and Chief Engineer for Solicitec, Visualfiles and LexisNexis, he has led large onshore and offshore teams to deliver best of breed products including SolCase and Visualfiles.
Now, as Technical Product Manager he is responsible for the research, evaluation and technical requirements of future product releases along with sharing his SME knowledge to help customers embrace new functionality and maximise their return on investment through early adopter programs, education, workshops and presentations.View all posts by Marcus Hutchinson
Martin has been involved in Legal IT for over 30 years and has worked for companies such as Equitrac, Pilgrim, Pracctice, Visualfiles and LexisNexis. In his current role as Key Account Manager he looks after 50 of the largest Visualfiles / SolCase clients and is responsible for making sure his clients get the most out of their systems and are fully aware of the benefits.View all posts by Martin Siddle
Michelle Peel is a Key Account Manager for Lexis Visualfiles at LexisNexis Enterprise Solutions, joining the company in February 2018. With over 12 years’ experience in legal software sales and an in-depth knowledge of the industry, she is helping customers to define their business strategies, and optimise the use of the powerful Visualfiles toolset to streamline business processes for business efficiency and profitability.
Prior to LexisNexis Enterprise Solutions, Michelle has held positions including Enterprise Account Manager at Advanced Legal, and Senior Sales Consultant at Eclipse. A high achiever, she was regularly awarded the title of ‘Sales Person of the Year’ in both organisations.
Michelle has two young children, enjoys caravanning at weekends and socialising with friends with a Vino or two!View all posts by Michelle Peel
Amin is Quality Assurance Manager at LexisNexis Enterprise Solutions. Responsible for Quality Assurance for Visualfiles, Amin has over nine years’ experience in the legal technology sector.View all posts by Mohammed Hussain
Nigel Williams is widely experienced in technical, managerial and consultancy roles in public and private organisations, with particular expertise in the UK legal sector - from both client and supplier perspectives.
He has run IT in a number of law firms, and has worked with Visualfiles since it was first introduced. In his role as the Visualfiles Product Manager he has primary responsibility for setting future direction.View all posts by Nigel Williams
Paul has over 25 years of experience working with law firms across the UK and Europe. Over the last 8 years he has focussed his career into learning and sharing how best to implement and use CRM to achieve collaborative and mutually supporting Business development processes at Law firms.
He believes that his knowledge of InterAction coupled with an appreciation of what motivates lawyers and legal support personnel enables him to work effectively with law firms of all sizes who want to make the most of their CRM investment.
He is passionate about helping law firms get the best return on their CRM investment and achieving their strategic goals with InterAction.View all posts by Paul Tilling
Sarah Dearden is Operational Improvement Manager, responsible for the definition and roll out of change and improvement programmes within LexisNexis Enterprise Solutions. Prior to this role, she was Group Head of Quality Assurance for the IRIS Software Group (now Advanced). Sarah has worked in the software industry for over 20 years and has held several roles ranging from technical to customer facing.
In her spare time, Sarah enjoys travelling and spending time with her husband and two young children.View all posts by Sarah Dearden
Scott Winter has been a member of the LexisNexis team since 2006. He currently serves as Director of Product Management for InterAction, leading the product management team, overseeing the product roadmap and engaging customers on product needs. Scott also focuses on client engagement, working with law firms and other professional services firms to see the value of the InterAction portfolio and implement CRM best practices. Previously, Scott was a Product Manager for InterAction, leading the development and global launch of Business Edge. He was also involved in the modernization of IQ and enhancements to Mobility, InterAction for Microsoft Outlook (IMO), and Core InterAction.
With more than 12 years of consulting, sales, and product management experience, Scott has proven success understanding the market, leading projects, re-engineering processes and workflows to improve revenues, margins, and workplace productivity for local businesses and Fortune Global 500 companies.View all posts by Scott Winter
Shaun Denham is Client Advisor at LexisNexis Enterprise Solutions. He has over 25 years’ experience in legal IT and finance and has held a variety of roles including Head of IT at Lupton Fawcett in Leeds. He has also worked at a number of legal software suppliers.View all posts by Shaun Denham
Simon leads the Go-To-Market (GTM) function at LexisNexis Enterprise Solutions with overall responsibility for the Sales, Business Development, Marketing, Sales Operations & Client Engagement Teams. Simon is responsible for ensuring that we develop and enhance our customer relationships and grow our presence within our chosen markets, helping our valued clients gain greater value from their investment with us.
Simon has been with LexisNexis for six years. He has worked on a number of key strategic client growth programmes leading our Client Engagement Team across the Enterprise Solutions portfolio. He has also acted as Global Account Director for some of our largest international clients. He is a qualifed Lawyer, Project Manager and Business Analyst. Simon has over twenty years’ experience in the legal services sector and spent many years of his career practicing law within a number of notable regional practices and subsequently headed IT, Development and Comms for a Top 100, 450 user Law Firm, in his time there implementing Visualfiles, Microsoft CRM, iManage, Bighand, Artiion and Aderant solutions, to name a few.
Other Hobbies/areas of interest
Simon is a competitive sailor, a technology addict, a motorsports enthusiast and enjoys spending time outdoors with his family.View all posts by Simon Farthing
Stefan Leggett is a Software Engineer at LexisNexis Enterprise Solutions. With the company for over nine years, Stefan initially started in the Visualfiles Support team, progressed to become a Senior Support Analyst, and now works as a member of the Visualfiles Development team.View all posts by Stefan Leggett
With over 20 years’ experience in the legal software sector, Sugs is responsible for directing and guiding the teams implementing our products, delivering our projects and supporting our clients. Sugs’ focus is on working closely with our customers to help them gain maximum value from their solution as efficiently as possible. Sugs is team centric and people-focussed in his approach. Sugs has worked on a variety of projects ranging from implementations at small law firms through to large, global deployments in magic circle firms. Especially passionate about pro bono projects, he drove the implementation of Lexis Visualfiles at LawWorks, the Solicitors Pro Bono Group, a charity working in England and Wales.
Kept busy by his young family of 3 daughters, but when he gets some free time he enjoys long distance running – Sugs has set himself a 1000 mile target for this year. He is a craft beer connoisseur and a collector of vinyl records.View all posts by Sugath Gunawardana
Tennille has worked in marketing for professional service organisations for over 12 years in various roles, including event management, digital communications and operations. For the last eight years, she has focused specifically on InterAction, working with business development executives to align the database to business planning, key account programmes and marketing strategies.
Tennille also specialises in repositioning misunderstood (or failed) systems with business development teams and partnerships. At Lexis Nexis, she works with business development teams to adopt marketing and client relationship management techniques managed centrally through InterAction, to support the growth of professional service firms from domestic, office centric environments to connected global organisations. Her aim is to help streamline your processes and successfully report client growth, value add and return on investment back to the business.View all posts by Tennille Roache
Zoe Uddgren-Young joins us with 10 years' experience in marketing, CRM and project management roles within law firms – first, with DWF and thereafter with BLM. At both firms, Zoe was responsible for the implementation and management of Lexis InterAction; and proudly carried the mantle of an 'InterAction Champion' in the organisations. Prior to these roles, she worked in businesses across industries including banking, not for profit and television.
At LexisNexis Enterprise Solutions, Zoe is now sharing her in-depth knowledge to help clients get the most out of their InterAction application. She is well equipped to guide clients in how best to align business strategy to the use of technology, gain organisation-wide buy-in for CRM and design robust and intuitive processes to facilitate successful adoption of InterAction.
Outside of work, Zoe enjoys reading, watching films, cooking, gym classes and walking.View all posts by Zoe Uddgren-Young
Alexander Low - 15 years BD & Marketing experience with PwC, BCLP & JLL. Now leads the Social Selling practice at Digital Leadership Associates and is their Professional Service Lead. To find out more, please connect with him on LinkedIn.View all posts by Alexander Low
With over 10 years of experience of IT infrastructure and datacentre solution management, Andrew leads the highly-skilled team of technical consultants and analysts at Converge Technology Specialists. His wealth of knowledge has proved invaluable to clients in terms of network design, harnessing ‘best of breed’ technology and creating infrastructure roadmaps that are aligned with business strategy. Operating solely in the legal sector, Andrew is well-placed to advise on the technical nuances attributed to law firms with particular expertise in application performance improvements linked to infrastructure. Often asked to speak at sector-leading events, Andrew has recently focussed on the growing threat of cybercrime and the risks posed to law firms, offering practical guidance and advice on how to mitigate against the likelihood of attack.
Converge Technology Specialists
As the only Cloud Computing Provider dedicated to UK law firms, Converge Technology Specialists have over 10 years’ experience advising law firms on how to align their IT roadmap with the firm’s overarching business strategy. Delivering a suite of hosted and managed infrastructure services, including Hosted Desktop, IaaS, DRaaS and Infrastructure Support, Converge Technology Specialists work closely with firms to facilitate key business goals including improved productivity, mitigating the risks of cyber-crime and achieving growth.
Ann Lloyd handles a wide range of contentious asset finance and consumer credit matters, including satisfactory quality and title disputes, wrongful interference claims and the enforceability of consumer credit agreements, both regulated and unregulated. Ann also deals with defended mortgage cases for commercial mortgage lenders and handles business and personal banking cases including the recovery of secured and unsecured facilities and shortfalls.View all posts by Ann Lloyd
Brian leads the UK, EMEA and APAC Support teams. Now in his 11 th year at LexisNexis Enterprise Solutions, he has valuable experience in delivering Support to Lexis InterAction and Lexis Visualfiles customers. He joined the organisation as a Support Analyst for Visualfiles and then took on the Support role for InterAction, before embarking on the current position.View all posts by Brian Davis
Chris has held a variety of general counsel roles over his 27 year career in the City, working for companies such as Royal London (the UK’s largest life and pensions mutual), Singer & Friedlander (a London based investment banking group acquired by the Icelandic bank, Kaupthing in 2005), National Australia Bank and Lloyd’s of London. Most recently he served as the interim general counsel at Post Office Limited where, in addition to overseeing the legal function, he had responsibility for the internal audit, risk and compliance and security functions, together with the operations of an in-house mediation team.
Chris has a strong regulatory, risk and commercial background and many of his roles have brought him into close contact with the UK’s financial services regulator. An Australian by birth, Chris started his career in the UK in the corporate finance team at Norton Rose Fulbright, a job which has taken him to many parts of central and eastern Europe.View all posts by Chris Aujard
Chrissie Lightfoot is CEO of EntrepreneurLawyer Limited, a global consulting business specialising in the future of legal services, artificial intelligence and robotics in the law, relationship `SocialHuman` sales, personal branding, social networking, business development and innovation. She is a futurist, consultant, writer, keynote speaker, legal and business commentator (quoted periodically in The Times), solicitor (non-practising) and author of best-seller The Naked Lawyer and Tomorrow’s Naked Lawyer. Chrissie is named in the 2015 list of the ‘World’s Top Female Futurists’ & LinkedIn as the No.1 best-connected & most engaged woman in the legal industry, 4th in all sectors.View all posts by Chrissie Lightfoot
Dan Bright works with professionals and their firms to optimise CRM programmes and achieve practical change and great results. Dan is a change focused Business Development and marketing consultant and is passionate about helping individuals, teams and firms challenge overly theoretical Business Development approaches with common sense thinking and methods. He can be contacted via email@example.com or +447850457447.View all posts by Dan Bright
Darryl Cross is Vice President, Performance Development and Coaching at LexisNexis; and an acclaimed inspirational speaker. A certified business coach with the Association for Talent Development, Cross has presented to over 10,000 fee earners and business executives from over 100 countries. He is also an internationally recognised author on best practices in the subjects of law firm profitability, coaching, strategic marketing, leveraging relationships, social networking, business development and competitive intelligence.View all posts by Darryl Cross
After a number of successful years spent in the Insurance and Legal Sectors, David has taken his extensive knowledge and experience into a range of businesses where he is involved as an Investor and Owner. David engages directly with the businesses providing strategic support, financial management, operational input alongside business development and general consultancy and guidance. You can connect with David on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/david-green-managing-partner/View all posts by David Green
With more than 20 years of professional sales and marketing experience, Douglas McPherson is now one half of Size 10 1/2 Boots, a specialist business development agency that works solely with the professional services and with law firms in particular. Their aim is to pass on the proven and practical tips they learnt from their senior commercial roles in-house and in industry to lawyers and accountants who want to win more new clients and more work from the clients they already have. Doug is also a regular columnist for Solicitors Journal, Private Client Adviser, The Lawyer and is the author of The Visible Lawyer.View all posts by Douglas McPherson
Eleanor Quilter, CRM Manager, Marketing & Business Development, at Grant Thornton UK LLP. Grant Thornton offers award winning audit, tax and specialist advisory services to privately-held businesses, public interest entities and individuals.View all posts by Eleanor Quilter
An educator by trade, Elena enjoys partnering with clients to help guide their change management efforts through learning. She holds both a Master of Arts degree in Corporate Communications and a Master of Business Administration degree in Management. Elena also serves as an adjunct faculty member teaching Public Speaking 101 at a college in Chicago.View all posts by Elena Cutri
Frank Strong is the communications director with Business of Law Software Solutions (BLSS) a division of LexisNexis. In this capacity he directs communications strategy and execution in support of BLSS products including those for large law, small law and corporate counsel. With 15 years in experience in the marketing communications for the high-tech sector, Strong previously served as director of PR for Vocus, which develops marketing, PR and media monitoring software. He’s held multiple roles in PR both in-house with corporations, and has also endured the rigours of billable hours, having completed gigs at PR firms both large and small. A veteran with two deployments, Strong has concurrently served in uniform in reserve components of the military for 20 years, initially as an enlisted Marine and later as an Army officer. Strong holds a BA in Film and TV production from Worcester State University, an M.A. in Public Communication from American University, and an M.B.A. from Marymount University.View all posts by Frank Strong
Gary Hibberd was appointed as Managing Director of Agenci back in 2012. Gary’s passion for all things cyber was sparked in 1985 when he began his career as a programmer. As a result of that passion Gary went on to become a renowned expert on ISO 27001 and GDPR. Today, Gary is a passionate practitioner and regular speaker on cyber security.
Gary speaks across the Globe to both large and small business as well as private and public organisations. He loves to engage the next generation of cyber experts speaking in schools, colleges and universities. As part of his busy life Gary has authored books on cyber security and business continuity as well as contributing to government initiatives on cyber security and counter terrorism. If that wasn’t enough in his personal life Gary is an avid obstacle race participant and fitness fanatic. Gary can count the Worlds Longest Obstacle race amongst his many personal achievements.View all posts by Gary Hibberd
Janet has worked in the broad sphere of legal IT virtually all her working life. She joined Berwin Leighton Paisner (BLP) about 19 years ago – initially as a consultant but later as the firm’s IT Director with a wide range of responsibilities. Prior to BLP, Janet led a specialist consultancy practice looking at technology services (in their widest sense) for legal firms. She is the recipient of a number of prestigious accolades including Greatest Contribution to Legal Technology (2011), IT Director of the Year at the Legal Technology Awards (2009), IT Director of the Year at The Lawyers Awards (2008), and many more. In 2013 she was listed as one of the 20 most influential IT Directors in legal technology in Europe.View all posts by Janet Day
Jonathan is a Partner at Cordery. He is an experienced lawyer with a concentration on technology and compliance. His practice includes advising multinational companies on matter involving risk, compliance and technology across Europe. He has handles legal matter in more than 60 countries.View all posts by Jonathan Armstrong
Laura Scott is the Client Development Systems Manager at Kennedys. She has over 10 years’ experience working in law firms to implement, manage and re-energise the use of InterAction. She encourages and helps professionals to maximise the value of CRM programmes by advising firms on how to exploit all the 'intelligence' they have gathered throughout the firm to provide them with the tools to successfully manage their client relationships in order to grow client satisfaction and revenue. In her role, she works with internal clients to align InterAction to Key account programmes, business development strategies and business planning.View all posts by Laura Scott
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As Vice President and Managing Director for International Operations (EMEA and APJ), Mark is the senior executive responsible for the overall success of the Progress business in the region and is a key individual within the global sales organization. Mark is responsible for defining and implementing the company’s overall business strategy across the International region, with the primary goal of growing top-line revenues.
Mark was named to his current position in 2013. He joined Progress in 2008 and has held several regional vice president roles in EMEA.
With more than 25 years of technology and software sales experience, Mark brings a wealth of expertise to his role, including strategic business development and the development of new market opportunities. Prior to joining Progress he was sales and marketing director at LexisNexis Visualfiles and served as Managing Director of B2BSolutionsOnline.View all posts by Mark Armstrong
Mark works for LexisNexis in London and was a lawyer in a former life in Australia. He is a keen follower of technology developments and in particular the real impact of artificial intelligence on the legal industry and more broadly its applications for access to justice.View all posts by Mark Dodd
Martyn is IT Director at Wright Hassall. He has managed multiple business-transformation programmes. Prior to Wright Hassall, Martyn launched an industry-wide mortgage valuation platform for a major surveying group, implemented major software programmes for a number of global financial services providers; and held C-level positions in sectors as diverse as Foreign Exchange, Debt Collection and Professional Services.View all posts by Martyn Wells
Matt Thompson is Vice President of Product Marketing for Foundation Software Group and is an industry thought leader on how professional services firms can leverage technology to enable best practice business development initiatives. Matt can be contacted via firstname.lastname@example.org or @matt_d_thompson on Twitter.View all posts by Matt Thompson
Minesh has been involved with InterAction for close to 10 years, working in house at Capital Markets and Corporate Finance Firms before taking the leap to join LexisNexis. Since then he has been involved with client deployments ranging from local to international and in areas from Law to Private Equity, to Professional Development Agencies. Minesh has been the lead consultant on over 7 client projects and been involved in many more in different capacities from Data Integration to training.View all posts by Minesh Tank
Nicholas Bull is a systems developer at Veale Wasbrough Vizards (VWV) and has been part of the IT team since 2002. Nicholas currently oversees all Visualfiles development within VWV. He has had exposure to all manner of systems within the legal profession and is currently the firm’s lead when managing IT Projects. He has extensive experience in project management, development and analysis work within VWV. Nicholas is also a PRINCE2 practitioner and Microsoft certified.View all posts by Nicholas Bull
Managing Director and Founder of Converge Technology Specialists, Nigel has 18 years’ experience delivering technology services to the legal profession. Over the last 11 years, Nigel has built Converge into one of the leading hosting companies in the UK and the only provider dedicated to UK law firms. Clients range from top 100 to established regional firms. As an ISO 27001 accredited provider, utilising UK data centres, Converge has unrivalled experience of hosting sector specific applications and networks for a growing law firm client base across the UK and Ireland.
Well-known and respected within the sector, Nigel is often invited to speak at events and to advise industry bodies on the issues and opportunities facing law firms today.View all posts by Nigel Wright
The PACE Team have developed a reputation as trusted advisers who deliver highly tailored solutions. The PACE Partners consultants have significant senior management experience in major organisations and therefore have a deep practical as well as theoretical understanding of the processes, skills and behaviours that improve leadership, business development and client relationship management. Read more at www.thepacepartners.comView all posts by PACE
Paul Hinchliffe is Managing Partner at Bott & Company who are consumer law specialists in Personal Injury and aviation claims. Paul is responsible for HR, Operations & IT. Driving the business for growth and to achieve annual financial objectives whilst remaining top of the pile for client service.View all posts by Paul Hinchliffe
Peter has a history in understanding and mitigating risk, having spent many years working in risk management roles within the banking sector – particularly developing applications to monitor value-at-risk across the banks treasury and hedged products. In 2000 Peter combined his skills in application development with his love of sailing to set up his own company building ship monitoring and harbour management software, integrating Search and Rescue using G.P.S. and Radar.View all posts by Peter Groucutt, Managing Director at Databarracks
Richard Hinton founded Pitsford Consulting in 2013, having spent 25 years working in strategic and business development roles in the conveyancing industry. He offers consultancy to a range of legal and technology businesses and has developed a suite of data-driven business tools for conveyancers.
Prior to Pitsford Consulting, he did a 12-year stint as Business Development Director of Shoosmiths solicitors; was Head of Residential Property for Lexis Visualfiles; and held the position of Head of Business Strategy at Searchflow.
He is a founding member of the Conveyancing Association and was part of the team that launched the concept of direct conveyancing in the UK.View all posts by Richard Hinton
As Sales and Marketing Director, I have been with LFS since day one. Previously working as Practice & Marketing manager for two West Yorkshire law firms, I have gained 25 years’ experience of working in the conveyancing sector. Over the last few years, I have taken the responsibility to develop the LFS Conveyancing Conference and Awards into the major event in the conveyancing world. Outside of work, I am married with two sons, a keen sports fan, although watching Leeds United is arguably more torture than sport.View all posts by Richard Mathias
Simon Thompson is the Managing Director of Change Harbour. He utilises his extensive experience in leading edge law firm management, enabling firms to implement innovative solutions to deliver operational effectiveness and support revenue growth. Established in 2011, Change Harbour is an independent consultancy advising organisations operating in the legal sector in the areas of strategy, process, technology and organisational design.View all posts by Simon Thompson
Terry Renouf is a partner at BLM LLP and a member of the firm’s InterAction Project Implementation Board. He specialises in personal injury claims and latterly disease related litigation. Terry’s broad overview of the civil legal environment crystallised in the formation of BLM's policy development unit and he has since established extensive experience in co-ordinating the firm’s response on a range of policy issues including the Insurance Law Reforms, Civil Justice Reforms and Coronial Reforms. email@example.comView all posts by Terry Renouf