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Meet the GRR team
David Samuels: publisher and editor-in-chief
David is the longest serving journalist at Law Business Research and is the company's editor-in-chief. Since joining in 1999, he’s run sister sites Global Competition Review, and Latin Lawyer (as a locum), launched Global Arbitration Review and Global Investigations Review, and organised numerous conferences under those brands. He read law at Oxford and Cambridge.
Kyriaki Karadelis: editor
Kyriaki has been a journalist on various Law Business Research publications for seven years, and once appeared on a conference panel about international arbitration in Canada with the BBC's chief international correspondent, Lyse Doucet. She completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Durham and received a student journalism award for her MA in Multimedia Journalism from Bournemouth University.
Richard Woolley: deputy editor
Richard has worked as a legal journalist and directories editor for more than eight years. He has contributed to numerous Law Business Research titles and his work has been cited in Le Monde Diplomatique. He studied English at the University of Leeds.
Margarita Michaels: news reporter
Texas native Margarita completed her law degree in 2014 from the City Law School in London. She holds a BA in European history and French language from Tufts University.
Tom Rhys Davies: news reporter
A keen blogger and extra-curricular journalist throughout his time at university, Tom completed his undergraduate degree at York Law School in 2014. He wrote for an eclectic mix of publications before joining GRR, including forays into global politics and fashion.
Jack Barton: news reporter
Jack has written for local and national outlets in the UK, India and South Africa and has been credited in the Sunday Times. He studied history at York University before completing an LLM in human rights at the University of Edinburgh, with a dissertation on liability in international finance.