The firm has recruited in-house to fill the new lead role

Linklaters has announced it has appointed its current Lead Innovation Lawyer for the firm’s global corporate practice into a newly created Global Head of Practice Innovation role.

Greg Baker (pictured) will lead the firm’s innovation and efficiency strategy, overseeing a growing multi-disciplinary team of innovation lawyers (Practice Innovation and Efficiency teams).

Prior to joining Linklaters, Baker was a lawyer at an international law firm in London for ten years and has previously been seconded to financial institutions in London and Geneva.

The firm said, in his current role, Baker had worked closely with partners and lawyers to deploy new technologies and design improved ways of working to del...

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