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Denise Nurse

Work 020 7127 2500

Work Department

IT/Contracts Lawyer and CEO (Managing Partner)


Specialist expertise in: 

  • NewLaw business models
  • In-house legal teams structures and efficiencies
  • Team management and incentives
  • Client service delivery
  • The Technology sector and the development of new businesses and roll out of new product lines
  • Client facing and supplier facing contracts
  • Development and implementation of policies and procedures
  • Procurement
  • Outsourcing
  • Partnership and collaboration agreements


Current Committee Membership

  • MSDUK Supplier Executive Committee member


  • Halebury 2007 – present, CEO
  • Sky - 2001 – 2007, Business and Legal affairs advisor
  • Charles Russell – 2000-2001, Corporate Commercial
Charles Russell – 1998-2000, Training Contract






  • 1994 – 1997 University of Liverpool (LLB) 2:1
  • 1997 – 1998 College of Law London (LPC) commendation

London: TMT (technology, media and telecoms)

IT and telecoms

Within: IT and telecoms

Halebury's 'brilliant' team includes lawyers with significant in house experience across IT and telecoms sectors and is led by the 'responsive' Denise Nurse and Janvi Patel. Richard Dalby is 'excellent for procurement advice' and has acted for clients such as SKY Business on reviewing its contract negotiation process and Liberty Global Europe. 'Great all-rounder' John Loughrey joined the team from Iris Software Group and  Rod McDonagh joined from Nokia. Other clients include Virgin Media, BT and Sony.

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