Susan is a partner at law firm Mishcon de Reya. An experienced real estate lawyer, her in depth understanding of the property market and business training as a Sloan Masters MSc (London Business School) graduate, combined with a wide circle of contacts help make the firm’s programme of events “must attend” networking opportunities. Susan has been listed as ”The woman who knows everyone’ by Bisnow in their 51 Most influential Women in UK real estate list 2018.
Susan is a member of the Mishcon Technology Group, which has recently launched MDR LAB – an incubator programme for tech start-ups in the legal space. She also mentors for Pi Labs accelerator programme for proptech start-ups since it launched and is a regular speaker on the #proptech circuit.
Susan is a non executive director of development company, This Land, on the advisory boards of Seaforth Land and Work.Life and chairs the Bee Midtown Property Group. She is vice chair of the new BPF Tech & Innovation Working Group and a member of the Urban Land Institute . She is ranked 40 in the Tyto Tech Top 500 List 2018.
She is on the advisory board of Property Week and is an active member of a number of property-related organisations including as Vice Chair of the British Property Federation’s newly formed Technology and Innovation Group. She is a member of the Urban land Institute Technology and Real Estate European Product Council. Susan also chairs the FUTURE: Proptech Advisory Group which brings together key influencers in real estate and proptech. Susan is on the Advisory Boards of flexible working company Work.Life and property investment company Seaforth Land and she chairs the Property Group of BEE Midtown, the Holborn and surrounding area’s Business Improvement District.
Susan undertakes speaking and panel engagements and hosts a regular Propertyshe podcast interviewing an eclectic mix of property personalities that define and make a difference to the real estate industry and built environment.
She is active on Twitter and can be followed @Propertyshe.
Wednesday, February 3, 2021
2:30 PM – 5:00 PM
During times of challenge and disruption, the land use industry has been asking ‘what’s next’ and how do we get there. This forum (for ULI members aged 45 or under) will address these questions, digging into the building blocks of communities, exploring new project delivery and investment mechanisms, and hearing from top industry experts about […]