I was recently interviewed by the Artificial Lawyer and thought that it would be a great addition to my Tech meets Law blog.
First of all, can you tell the readers a little about your roles at EY?
I have two roles at EY: I am the Global Head of Tech Law and the UK Fast Growth Leader. EY’s Law team now has 1,800 client-facing lawyers in 75 countries handling a range of work. My Tech Law role is focused around ensuring that we have the right capabilities to service our Technology clients’ needs and to then help those lawyers go to market.
My Fast Growth Leader role involves leading all of our UK service lines (Tax, Assurance, Advisory and Transaction Advisory) in the fast growth tech market: helping pre-IPO, typically VC-backed, fast growth tech businesses to start up, scale up and go global.
EY now has over 1,800 lawyers globally, but will it be technology that plays the biggest part in helping the firm to develop further?
It’s a complex world and very few questions require a purely legal response. We bring the best of EY to any client scenario…
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