With two decades working at the highest levels in UK Government, Douglas threads together academia, politics and strategy to advise on developments in politics, and the global economic environment.
Working closely with Prime Ministers Tony Blair and Gordon Brown, Douglas was tasked with developing innovative approaches to address some of the world’s most complex and difficult problems. Today, he is a Senior Fellow at Harvard University's Kennedy School and a Visiting Professor at the Policy Institute of King’s College, London. He has a degree in law and practiced as a solicitor in Scotland before entering politics.
Douglas is a Member of the European Council of Foreign Relations and a member of the Privy Council. He has produced many highly acclaimed texts on British Foreign Policy and brings decades of knowledge to contemporary issues of European economic and foreign policy making.
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Sunjay is a corporate lawyer who specialises in equity capital markets and public takeovers, as well as advising listed companies on ongoing obligations and corporate governance requirements.
Tracey is an intellectual property litigator in the life sciences sector, who studied Natural Sciences specialising in pathology. Tracey's principal expertise is in leading high-profile, multi-jurisdictional patent cases where she coordinates litigation strategy across Europe and worldwide, acting for both innovator and generic/biosimilar clients.
Client & Legal Project Management Lead
Nebil's primary role is to identify opportunities within the firm’s most complex matters in the Finance and Projects practice group, where process efficiencies and project management will help streamline delivery and better serve our clients’ needs.