LexisNexis Webinars

  • Location:

    London / Home-based

  • Sector:


  • Job type:

    Permanent, Full Time

  • Salary:

    £25K - £30K

  • Published:

    26 days ago

  • Expiry date:

    29 September 2022

Legal Webinar producer

LexisNexis is a leading provider of training to the legal profession. We run an extensive and highly-regarded programme of online audio-video broadcasts which enable practitioners to keep abreast of developments in the law, which are recorded at our fully-equipped studio in central London.

We are currently offering an exciting opportunity for a Webinar Producer to play a key role in the continued success of our programme by developing commercially viable webinars based on in-depth market research and commissioning top level speakers to present these.

The successful candidate will have a law degree or GDL and be a self-motivated, enthusiastic and conscientious individual with a strong interest in the legal services market.

Key responsibilities:

  • Developing commercially viable webinars based on in-depth market research.
  • Conducting comprehensive research into the relevant market and topic.
  • Writing promotionally-led programmes and sales copy that are in the language of the market.
  • Acquiring top level speakers as defined during the research phase and recommended by the relevant LexisNexis teams.
  • Always working within the timelines and deadlines specified.
  • Managing the webinars to ensure the most successful event possible.
  • Carrying out any relevant pre and post-webinars administration.
  • Working closely and develop excellent relationships with other LexisNexis teams.

Skills required:

  • Law degree or GDL (essential), LPC or BPTC (desirable).
  • Strong analytical and research skills, articulate and literate with the ability to express technical legal content in a compelling and appealing way.
  • Strong commercial focus, with an understanding of translating the needs of lawyers into commercially viable training.
  • Ability to plan and deliver events on time and to achieve agreed financial targets.
  • Self-confident and credible, able to establish a rapport with leading members of the profession and win their trust and confidence.
  • Self-motivated and able to work on own initiative.
  • Team player with excellent communication skills.
  • Flexible approach and willingness to go the extra mile to achieve deadlines and revenue targets.
  • Ability to prioritise and manage multiple, high-pressure projects.
  • A good understanding of the ever-changing nature of the legal industry.
  • An ability and willingness to work alongside various different teams in order to achieve results.
  • An ability to create and develop new commercial training initiatives.

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