Neil Blair (agent)

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Neil Blair became J.K. Rowling's literary agent in 2011, succeeding Christopher Little Literary Agency, who had been her agent since 1996.[1][2]

Blair has overseen the creation of the e-Book site, Pottermore, from its beginning.[3] Neil studied law at Exeter College, Oxford, and the College of Law at Guildford before working at Linklaters in the City of London, and then joining Warner Bros. where he was Head of Business Affairs, Europe. He joined the Christopher Little Literary Agency in 2001, and left it in 2011 to form his own firm.


  1. ^ Charlotte Williams, "Rowling leaves Christopher Little Agency" The Bookseller.com30.06.11 [1]
  2. ^ Shiv Malik, "Harry Potter author JK Rowling leaves her agent" The Guardian, Sunday 3 July 2011 [2]
  3. ^ ABC News - Apr 4, 2011