Brian Tomlinson recently returned to the UK after spending two years at Harvard University. He worked as a Teaching Fellow for Professor Roberto Unger at Harvard Law School focusing on institutional change, and worked with Harvard’s Committee on Capital Markets Regulation to provide commentary on recent changes in capital markets regulation. Mr. Tomlinson also worked on a research project on social mobility with Professor Robert D. Putnam which fed into his new book “Our Kids – the American Dream in Crisis.” During his first year at Harvard, he obtained a Masters in Public Administration from the Kennedy School of Government. Prior to his time at Harvard, Mr. Tomlinson worked as a lawyer in the City of London. Working for Linklaters as a Managing Associate, he specialized in banking, financial restructuring and distressed debt trading. During his time at Linklaters, Mr. Tomlinson also worked on secondment in the business turn-around group of an investment bank.