We have writers from all parts of the UK covering all the legal professions.  We have regular commitments from different firms and chambers and also organisations such as the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives.

Our writers provide thought-provoking articles and lead the way with innovations used across the legal business world.

Stephanie Boyce is the Deputy Vice-President of The Law Society of England and Wales.  Stephanie worked as a commercial/civil litigator before working in-house and eventually setting up her own consultancy as well as being a panel member of the Joint Tribunal Service, an Independent Person with the local Standards Committee and chair of the Education Appeals Panel.

Coralie McKeivor is an Associate at CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP in the transactional Real Estate team based in Bristol. She is the Honorary Secretary for Bristol Law Society and part of the Bristol Law Society Equality Diversity & Inclusion Committee. She is also the Chair of the Women Lawyers Division in Bristol.

Helen Broadbridge is member of the Westminster and Holborn Law Society EDI Committee and a tax solicitor.  Helen read Russian and French and studied Management at Judge Business School before completing the GDL and LPC. Helen takes a particular interest in organisational behaviour and policy.

Ivy Wong, is a Product Manager at Thomson Reuters and creator of the Legal Geek Mentorship Programme.  Ivy previously practised as a project finance lawyer at Allen & Overy but decided to concentrate on her passion for legal tech and retrained as a product manager. She won a TechWomen100 award in 2018.

Suzanne Todd heads up Withers Worldwide Family and Trust, Estate and Inheritance Dispute teams in London. A highly respected international family lawyer with a long history of awards and accolades she has achieved.

The Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEx) will be providing regular articles. CILEx is the professional association for 20,000 Chartered Legal Executive lawyers, paralegals and other legal practitioners in England and Wales.

Thank You, enormous thanks to the volunteers assisting with this project: April Parker, Stephanie Anais, Camilla Uppal, Kane McLaughlin, Lily Hood, Bhini Phagura and all those who have kindly given me snippets of advice and encouragement.

And to Benham Publishing for having faith in the importance of this magazine.

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