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My involvement with Thomson Reuters began about 20 years ago when they asked me to become the editor of Stroud’s Judicial Dictionary. Since then the relationship has developed in a number of directions. I now edit Jowitt’s Dictionary of English law and Craies on Legislation as well as Stroud, and they published my book Laying Down the Law in 2009. I started to become involved in their online publishing activities when I approached them in 2008 suggesting that they launch an annotated statutes service, which they did in 2009 and I have remained the General Editor of that service since then. In 2012 we added an online legal encyclopedia now called Topics, and I remain the General Editor of that. In addition, my online involvement with Thomson Reuters has enabled me to participate in a number of exciting projects: In 2018 I participated in a groundbreaking project on artificial intelligence in legal research as a collaboration between Thomson Reuters and Imperial College, and I continue to be involved in activities arising from that research.

I am a member of the Advisory Board of Thomson Reuters Transforming Women’s Leadership in the Law project (TWLL). We focus on practical steps enabling women to successfully progress in law.

Thomson Reuters – Published Articles by Daniel Greenberg

Empowering change to build back better – a four-step guide for law firm leaders
Implications for Brexit legislation: technical scrutiny of statutory instruments
Cutting through the noise: the key Brexit facts
European Union (Withdrawal) Bill: what does the government’s defeat really mean?
What next for the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill?
European Union (Withdrawal) Bill: complexity without clarity?
A brief Brexit Bill: what now?
Brexit and legislative policy-making: is the government ready to go it alone?

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