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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.

Professor Anthony Julius joins UCL as first Chair in Law and the Arts

In a novel collaboration between UCL Faculty of Laws and the UCL Arts and Sciences (BASc) degree programme Professor Anthony Julius joins UCL as the i

Brexit: the White Paper

The UK government recently published its white paper on Brexit. Perhaps it should have been called its red, white and blue paper on Brexit. The docume

Forbes: What Brexit Means For British Businesses

Regarding immigration, Mishcon de Reya suggests employers should encourage eligible EEA employees who have been in the UK for five years to apply f

Article 50 Legal Challenge: Supreme Court upholds High Court Decision

Today, 8 of 11 Supreme Court Judges at the Supreme Court upheld the decision of the High C

How Our Legal Team Won the Case Against Holocaust Denial

The libel case brought against Deborah Lipstadt in London by the Holocaust denier David Ir

The Unitary Patent and Unified Patent Court: What now after Brexit?

It has been some 40 years since European leaders first discussed the idea of a single Euro

The Leap 100: does Brexit really mean business?

The latest the Leap 100 poll has been published in City A.M. today, which asked the compan

Chambers and Partners: Global Practice Guides – Legal Brexit

The Legal Brexit guide provides expert legal commentary on the impact of the UK’s vote to leave the European Union.

Masoud Zabeti on derivatives clearing after Brexit

Partner Masoud Zabeti has commented in S&P Global Market Intelligence article 'Euro clearing could continue from London post-Brexit, but with EC supe

Cliff effects, cherry picking and transitional arrangements

Brexit is a disaster for the English language. And we don’t mean the fact that an EU official close to current European Commission chief Brexit nego