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RIBA Practice Clinic: Brexit - predicting the future economy

Calling all practice owners, sole practitioners and architects working in small practices. The RIBA has developed a series of interactive online events to provide a forum to discuss issues and questions that practices are facing as they navigate their way through the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and Brexit. For this session we will be focusing on Brexit and discussing the future economic implications for the profession. You are welcome to submit questions and concerns about Brexit, European projects and related issues which we will try to address in this session.

Calling all practice owners, sole practitioners and architects working in small practices. The RIBA has developed a series of interactive online events to provide a forum to discuss issues and questions that practices are facing as they navigate their way through the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and Brexit.

For this session we will be focusing on Brexit and discussing the future economic implications for the profession. You are welcome to submit questions about Brexit, European projects and related issues which we will try to address in this session.


Panellists

Adrian Malleson - Head of Economic Research and Analysis, RIBA

Adam Sinfield - Senior Immigration Manager, Osborne Clarke

Adam joined Osborne Clarke in July 2018 to help grow their immigration practice, having over 12 years’ experience in the field. Following his graduation from Cardiff University and training at the bar, Adam has worked for the UK Home Office as a case worker, presenting officer, and representing the Home Office at immigration appeals. In 2009, he joined a niche immigration practice and quickly rose to become a partner. In this position, he opened a new office which continues to thrive. He remained at this firm until joining Osborne Clarke. Adam covers all areas of immigration, including assisting multinational, multimillion-dollar corporations with their relocations, HNW/UHNW (high net work/ultra high net work) individuals and individual migration needs. Adam has also been a regular commentator in the media, including appearances for the BBC and various national radio stations.

Please note this event will be recorded.