Milana Chamberlain is a corporate finance lawyer and a senior member of our business ethics and anti-corruption group based in London with more than 15 years of working experience in Central and Eastern Europe.
Milana was the managing partner of the Prague office of Norton Rose Fulbright from 2006 to 2014.
She is active in the financial services and life sciences areas. Since her return to London, Milana has been concentrating on risk advisory and, in particular, the business and human rights agenda. Currently she is advising on the reporting obligations and issues arising under the UK Modern Slavery Act, human rights in supply chains and other challenges faced by businesses in relation to human rights in their operations.
Milana has been a member of the working group conducting a research project on human rights due diligence run jointly by the British Institute of International and Comparative Law and Norton Rose Fulbright.
Milana serves as a Councillor at the CBI South East Council in the UK and is a member of the Human Rights Law Committee of the International Bar Association.
In recent years, pressure has been mounting on companies to report on how they are upholding human rights in their supply chains..
February 10, 2016
On 29 October 2015 section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 relating to transparency in supply chains became effective..
November 09, 2015
The Wall Street Journal covers the findings of our study with the British Institute of International and Comparative Law on human rights due diligence..
November 16, 2016
A global study has found that almost half of the surveyed companies have never undertaken a dedicated human rights due diligence process or a human rights impact assessment..
October 17, 2016