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Mishcon Thinks

The Academy is Mishcon de Reya’s in-house place of learning, our driver for growth and a platform for thought leadership.

Here we will bring together urgent societal issues and industry experts to deliver innovative thought leadership on issues that matter to us and to our clients.

The Brady Amendment and the Malthouse Compromise

As 2019 continues the old Brexit terms, such as four freedoms, customs union, free movement, Withdrawal Agreement and backstop, are increasingly being

Professor Anthony Julius on studying both Law and the Arts

Deputy Chairman of Mishcon de Reya and Chair in Law and the Arts at UCL, Professor Anthony Julius, was published by Oxford University Press in Current

A refresher at London Business School: Diversity of thought is at the heart of innovatio

The recent London Business School (LBS) Sloan Reunion Summit, an enlightening day of panels and presentations from leading business thinkers, was a re

Anyone for Chequers?

A week is a long time in politics...

IAS Lies Seminar: Art & Lies

03/10/2018 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm -

As part of our ongoing collaboration with UCL, the Ins

EU slides on Customs controls and future relationship

The EU is quietly but surely progressing with its Brexit preparations.

“The hand of history will be both heavy and unforgiving”: the impact of Brexit on Ireland and Northern Ireland

Brexit will have many impacts. But perhaps one of the most significant ones concerns the o

Today programme: Anthony Julius on his appointment as UCL’s first Chair in Law and Arts

Mishcon de Reya Deputy Chairman and Director of The Academy, Professor Anthony Julius, has been appointed as Chair in Law and Arts at UCL.

A beast of a week

This week is turning out to be a beast of a week for Brexit.

‘Lies and Lying’: Mishcon Academy & UCL event

20/03/2018 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm -

The Institute of Advanced Studies is delighted to welcome Professor Christina Sharpe for this talk.