Lindsay Henshaw is a barrister and an experienced teacher who specialises in corporate and commercial law. She is an Associate Fellow at Saïd Business School. Lindsay is the course leader of the Contract Management course, responsible for designing the structure and content of the course and for delivering lectures. She is also the course leader of and delivers lectures on the Contract Management course for the UK Government’s Major Project Leadership Academy at Saïd Business School.
Lindsay has been Director of Continuing Professional Development at the Oxford Institute of Legal Practice, establishing its role as a provider of vocational training to the legal profession, particularly in the training of solicitors in commercial and corporate law. She has also provided training sessions on these topics at the College of Law in London and has lectured in contract law at the University of London at Kaplan Business School. Lindsay has been a senior legal adviser to BP on a range of issues: worldwide corporate acquisitions, disposals and joint ventures; oil exploration projects and related purchase and sale agreements, technical services and credit agreements; research and development and technical licensing agreements; financial instruments; and on government policy and legislative initiatives. She has also advised the UK government on international and UK pollution and marine law and has worked as an independent consultant on topics in environmental law. Lindsay has contributed chapters entitled ‘International Joint Ventures’ and ‘International Business Organisations’ to International Bar Association publications and has published articles in Environmental Liability on a number of EU Directives relating to pollution. Lindsay read law at the University of Cambridge and is a member of Lincoln’s Inn.
Contract Management: MSc in Major Programme Management
Saïd Business School
University of Oxford
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