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Matrix is excited to announce the opening of our new office in Brussels

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Matrix is excited to announce the opening of a Brussels office as the latest expansion of its highly regarded international practice. Whatever the outcome of the UK-EU negotiations, EU law will be a major source of international law and there are a host of legal issues that will need to be decided. Rhodri Thompson QC, […]

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Attorney General Panel Appointments

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Matrix are delighted to announce that in the latest appointment round Joanna Buckley and Paul Skinner were successful in their applications to join the Attorney General’s C Panel of Junior Counsel to the Crown. Their appointment commences on 1st March 2018. As a result, we now have the following 14 members on the panels: Joanna […]

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Appointment to Attorney General’s Panel of Special Advocates

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Congratulations to Matrix’s Aaron Watkins who has been appointed as a Special Advocate by the Attorney General. Called in 2006, Aaron is a specialist in public and human rights, extradition and criminal law. He is DV security cleared, and is also a member of the GLD’s C Panel of Advocates.

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Karon Monaghan QC of Matrix Chambers delivers talk to members of the Hong Kong Bar Association and the Law Society of Hong Kong on Thursday 14th December 2017

Karon Monaghan QC
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Karon Monaghan QC of Matrix Chambers will deliver a talk on sexual orientation and fundamental rights to members of the Hong Kong Bar Association and the Law Society of Hong Kong today, Thursday 14th December 2017. Currently both Chambers and Partners and Legal 500’s Employment Silk of the Year, and having appeared before the High […]

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Matrix International has moved

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We are delighted to announce our new address in Geneva: 2nd Floor Rue Général Dufour, 15 1204 Geneva

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Jason Housden to be Matrix’s Interim Chief Executive

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Chair of Matrix’s Management Committee, Hugh Southey QC, is pleased to announce that our Practice Director, Jason Housden, will be taking on the role of Interim Chief Executive during the recruitment process. Jason joined Matrix in 2007 and has over 30 years’ experience of working in barristers’ chambers.  He succeeds Lindsay Scott, who recently announced […]

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Ghana maritime boundary decision

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On 23 September, a Special Chamber of the International Tribunal of the Law of the Sea, based in Hamburg, gave judgment in the case of Ghana v Côte d’Ivoire, in which it had been asked to determine the maritime boundary between the two States. The decision placed the boundary in the location argued for by […]

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Matrix delighted to announce Julian B. Knowles QC appointed as a Justice of the High Court

Julian Knowles QC
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Matrix Chambers are delighted to announce that Julian B. Knowles QC has been appointed as a Justice of the High Court. He will sit in the Queen’s Bench Division from 2nd October 2017. Julian was born and grew up in Wythenshawe, a large council estate in south Manchester, where he attended the local comprehensive school. He read […]

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Sir Paul Jenkins QC (Hon) quoted in Observer article, ‘Ex-legal chief attacks Theresa May’s ‘foolish’ claim on European Court of Justice’

Sir Paul Jenkins QC (Hon)
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Sir Paul Jenkins QC (Hon) has spoken to the Observer about the Prime Minister’s policy on the legal implications of Brexit. For the article in full, please click here.

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Donna Vasyli murder conviction quashed

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Clare Montgomery QC represented Donna Vasyli in the Bahamas Court of Appeal where her conviction for murder was quashed in an unanimous decision.

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