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Jordan Publishing appoints former Guardian executive as CEO

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Jordan Publishing is delighted to announce the appointment of Will Ricketts as their new CEO based in the company's London office.

Will brings with him a wealth of experience in publishing having worked for the Guardian for 13 years, the Financial Times for 7 years, and also for online media companies.

Speaking about his appointment, Will said: "Jordan Publishing's reputation for providing professionals with top quality content is the envy of the publishing industry. I'm looking forward to the really exciting challenge of delivering this content to our customers in new innovative ways while maintaining our reputation for quality."

Will took up his post as CEO on 1 June following the departure of Caroline Vandridge-Ames who was the managing director of Jordan Publishing for almost 8 years. 

Jordan Publishing is the UK's leading privately-owned law publisher. It publishes under two imprints - Jordans and Family Law. Family Law occupies the leadership position in the family law market while Jordans has a strong market presence in company, charities, property and personal injury.


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