LexisNexis announces new head of LexisPSL Corporate

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13 March 2013


LexisNexis UK has announced that Robert Hill has joined LexisNexis as head of LexisPSL Corporate.

Mr Hill joins from magic circle firm Clifford Chance, where he was a corporate senior associate. He trained and qualified at another magic circle firm, Freshfields.

He has a wide range of corporate experience, including advising on public and private M&A, equity and debt capital markets, joint ventures, transactions in the insurance sector and general company advisory matters.

Karen Battersby, LexisNexis UK practice area director, said: “I am delighted that Robert has joined LexisNexis and the LexisPSL team. Robert has a strong track record in all aspects of corporate law. I have no doubt that he will make a huge contribution to the company, and I look forward to working with him.”

Mr Hill has also gained in-house experience on secondment to a tier 1 investment bank, as well as spending time working in industry.

He said: “I am very excited to have joined LexisNexis. They are at the cutting edge of providing legal information. I am looking forward to working with the LexisPSL team and helping our customers gain real return on investment from our services. It is now more important than ever for law firms to be productive and efficient. Using an authoritative source is crucial for their success.”



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