Year: 2015

R (on the application of Roberts) (Appellant) v Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis and another (Respondents)

The Supreme Court unanimously dismissed Mrs Roberts’ appeal, holding that the safeguards attending the use of the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994, s 60, power, in particular the requirements to give reasons both for the authorisation and for the stop and search, make it possible to judge whether the power has been exercised […]

Matrix members find UK Government is in breach of national, EU and international law and policy

The UK Government is in breach of national, EU and international law and policy by supplying weapons to Saudi Arabia in the context of its military intervention and bombing campaign of Yemen according to analysis of eminent international law experts commissioned by Amnesty International and Saferworld, both members of the Control Arms campaign. The lawyers, […]

Nicholas Gibson selected as one of the GCR 40 under 40

Matrix is pleased to announce that competition specialist Nicholas Gibson has been selected as one of the Global Competition Review’s 40 under 40. GCR’s 40 under 40 survey periodically profiles leading antitrust specialists worldwide, many of whom have gone on to become some of the most respected in the competition law community. This year’s selected […]

Angeline Welsh Joins Matrix Chambers

Angeline Welsh has joined Matrix Chambers from the International Arbitration Group at Allen and Overy LLP. Angeline specialises in international arbitration, public international law and public law. She has acted as counsel in investment treaty arbitrations and commercial arbitration under a range of arbitral rules. Angeline has also advised on a wide range of public law […]