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Catherine Gleave
Catherine Gleave
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Catherine Gleave | 15 Articles
Catherine is one of the Future of Law's digital editors. She graduated from Durham University with a degree in English Literature and worked at a barristers chambers before joining Lexis Nexis. 
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In 2018, LexisNexis reported on the opportunity gap that underpins the endemic problem of gendered wage disparity in the UK. Discussing the discrepancies between the...

While visiting the gym regularly sounds appealing, and learning the trumpet sounds like a fabulous herald for the year ahead, perhaps it’s time to turn our attention...

The corporate world is a strange and fantastic beast. Built upon by too many idiosyncrasies to count, the industry is perhaps best recognised by its reliance on...

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In the space of 5 years, spending on legal aid has shrunk by more than £1billion in the UK. By the autumn of 2019, the Ministry of Justice will have seen cuts to its...

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At the recent London Law Expo 2018, LexisNexis hosted a speed panel session, entitled: Delivering on the Tech Promise. The panel comprising Ruth Ward, Allen & Overy;...

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The act of sharing is an indelible part of our modern existence. Whilst social media is still awash with photos of holidays and brunches with friends, increasingly...

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Believe it or not, technology is a vital component in the recruitment process. Through the application of advanced digital tools, tech can match candidates and...

Part 2 of the great debate over technology, editors Mark and Catherine weigh up the pros and cons of technology on collaboration in a rapidly changing legal...

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In this, the eighth anniversary year of the Equality Act, we have data—for the first time—that reports on the scale of the gender pay gap in private business and the...

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If you’ve ever looked for “Millennials are…” in a search engine, you’ll know a few things; Millennials are “screwed”, “anxious” and are “killing industries” in their...

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