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@tracybeanz 1) Sundance's comprehensive timeline doesn't clarify how George came to join LCILP. theconservativetreehouse.com/2019/05/05/mar… In Max de Haldevang's 11/01/17 piece for "Quartz," LCILP sounds like the sort of shop that employed Robert Redford in "Three Days of the Condor." qz.com/1116571/joseph…
@tracybeanz 2) "The LCILP is a curious law firm. (A) former employee told Quartz that 'there was a lot of secrecy going on about what they do.' After several months there, the person said, 'I hardly knew what kind of business they do.'
@tracybeanz 3) "The source described the firm, ... founded in 2014, as constantly in search of, and seemingly never obtaining, big contracts. Mifsud’s role at LCILP was to bring in potential clients—ideally governments whom the company could advise on international law.
@tracybeanz 4) "When a Quartz reporter visited LCILP’s headquarters inside a handsome Georgian building, he found that the office amounted to four people working in an undecorated backroom, all of whom declined to comment.
@tracybeanz 5) "LCILP has paid rent in a series of highly prestigious locations in London’s legal district, despite ending 2016 with debts of £329,000 —a considerable sum for a company with just a handful of employees.
@tracybeanz @threadreaderapp unroll 1) Sundance's comprehensive
@tracybeanz Brian Whitaker, "Medium" 11/06/17: "The same building is also the official address for three other companies owned by Nagi Idris — London Academy of International Law Limited, Cambridge Academy of International Law Limited and London Centre of Law and English Limited."
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