Nikki Sherry joins management team at 360 Legal Group

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26 February 2011


Legal Futures Associate the 360 Legal Group, the 700-strong membership organisation which provides business consultancy services to law firms, has further strengthened its management team with the appointment of membership consultant Nikki Sherry.

Ms Sherry was formerly chief executive of Complete, the walk-in legal shop brand introduced by Withy King Solicitors in the south-west of England. Her experience also includes over 20 years in senior management roles with responsibility for finance, IT and marketing. 

Her responsibilities include evolving and marketing the 360 Legal Group’s membership offering. This follows significant investment by the group in a range of benefits, seminars, consultancy and tools to help law firms manage the inevitable changes being brought about by a shifting legal landscape.

“We are passionate about giving our members exceptional value for money and Nikki’s knowledge and expertise is helping us to create a unique range of tools and advice to help law firms get work, save costs, restructure and ultimately thrive.” says Viv Williams, chief executive of 360 Legal Group.


One Response to “Nikki Sherry joins management team at 360 Legal Group”

  1. Good luck Nikki !!!

  2. Mark Peters on March 11th, 2011 at 1:06 pm

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