London Development Agency GC Focuses on Legal Regeneration

, Legal Week

Tackling one of the most prestigious and high-profile jobs in England's public sector, the London Development Agency's GC, Debbie Adams, is intent on making changes. After inheriting a skeleton legal team of nine, Adams began hiring a raft of new lawyers at all levels of seniority. She also has ambitious plans to slash the LDA's annual legal costs by 3 million pounds. It is no mean feat for a body that is charged with major projects, including the complex legal issues surrounding the 2012 Olympics.

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