LSSA appoints new chairman from Advanced Legal

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15 July 2014


Morris: I look forward to continuing to assist legal firms to make educated decisions

today announces that Glyn Morris, principal product manager from Advanced Legal has been appointed as the new chairman of The Legal Software Suppliers Association (LSSA). The LSSA is the UK industry body for legal systems developers and vendors.

Glyn has been in the legal industry for nearly 20 years.  Originally a practice director in Liverpool, he joined the software development community in 2000 and is now principal product manager for Advanced Legal. Glyn has played an active role in the work of the LSSA including chairing the Legal Aid sub-committee for the last five years.

Glyn said: “The recent market changes, including the impact of the economic upturn and new market entrants, means the next 12 months will be an interesting time for software suppliers to the legal market.

“As the new chairman of the LSSA, I look forward to continuing to assist legal firms to make educated decisions about the software they use and the technology they deploy.”

 



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