Lucinda Case Lucinda worked for Practical Law in London as well as New York. Before this she worked in the corporate departments of both Clifford Chance and Freshfields. She qualified as a solicitor with Slaughter and May and then spent time with UBS in London as an investment banker. A major driver for Lucinda’s career has been a belief that there is a more efficient way of delivering legal services and her current role means she works closely with lawyers in private practice and the public sector to improve the services they provide to their clients. Lucinda is an advocate of greater diversity in the senior ranks of law firms and corporations and has led the launch of the Thomson Reuters UK Transforming Women’s Leadership in Law programme aimed at retaining more women in the legal services industry and redressing a lack of gender balance at leadership levels. She is also a member of the Council of the Royal Albert Hall and chairs the Conflicts Committee.