Landmark secures BBC man for chief executive role

Landmark Chambers has hired its first chief executive, Joel Hagan, who joins from the BBC.
Patrick Lawson QC, a barrister at the 62-tenant planning and public law set, said Hagan’s arrival will help “ensure [the set] continues to maintain [its] competitive edge”.
The arrival of Hagan, who was head of the BBC’s technology consulting practice, follows the move last year of Lawrence Graham’s former head of business development, Chris Bean, to the set. Bean is marketing director at Landmark.