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Prior to joining King’s full-time in 2016, Mihael lectured in graduate programmes of King’s, University College London, University of Kent, Queen Mary University of London and Universidade Catolica Portuguesa in Lisbon. Between 1998 and 2008 he worked in the City as a project finance lawyer and as an investment banker in real estate and private equity sectors, and later as an independent consultant for a government in banking privatisation. He frequently gives lectures and trainings in decision making and negotiation and his previous engagements included International Bar Association and Chartered Institute of Arbitrators in London, ADR Group in Oxford, and École Politechnique in Paris.

Mihael has graduate degrees in law from Harvard Law School and in psychology from University College London.

Research interests

  • Cognition in decision making and negotiation

  • Predictive modelling in legal decision making

  • Dual process theory and bounded rationality

  • Bounded ethicality


  • Analytical and Quantitative Methods (LLM)

  • Negotiation (Executive LLM, LLM, undergraduate)

  • Strategic Decision Making (Executive LLM, undergraduate)