Details: An overview of legal publishing at LexisNexis including:
- how LexisNexis estimates the time required for the book production process
- what the company expects from the editors
- how to manage the production process
- challenges faced during production
- the quantity of publishing at LexisNexis.
Presenter: Geraldine Maclurcan has been with LexisNexis (formerly Butterworths) for 24 years.
Her skillset is not in the usual area of publishing, but rather trouble shooting to achieve deadlines and facilitating solutions.
Her experiences highlight that bringing a book title to fruition from receipt of manuscript to the final hard copy is a lesson in balancing everyone’s expectations from author to printer, and forging relationships with key resources.
Venue: Level 1, Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts at 280 Pitt Street, City
Cost: $25 members; $35 non members; $15 concession
Drinks and light supper provided
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Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts is an accessible building with ambulant bathrooms.
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