Christian Tams publishes new book – International Investment Law and the Global Financial Architecture
Christian Tams of Matrix Chambers and Professor of International Law at the University of Glasgow has co-edited a book entitled ‘International Investment Law and the Global Financial Architecture’ with Stephen W. Schill, University of Amsterdam, and Rainer Hofmann, University of Frankfurt. This book explores whether investment law protects against regulatory measures taken to ensure the stability of financial […]
Andrew Smith’s article, ‘Can football players unilaterally retire from international duty? The Joël Matip & Allan Nyom cases’, published by LawInSport
Andrew Smith has written an article for LawInSport looking into whether football players can unilaterally retire from international duty, drawing on the recent cases involving Joël Matip of Liverpool and Allan Nyom of West Bromwich Albion. To read the full article, please click here (paywall).
Matrix Chambers have emerged as one of the dominant sets for Supreme Court work according to The Lawyer’s litigation tracker. Over 2015 and the first three quarters of 2016, Matrix was involved in 31 Supreme Court cases. Karon Monaghan QC was involved in six of these cases. To find out more information, please click here.
Nominations for the 15th Legal Aid Practitioners Group Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year awards are now open. There are 12 awards in total and Matrix are delighted to be sponsoring the ‘Outstanding Achievement’ award. The nomination period ends on Friday 28 April 2017 and the winners will be announced at a ceremony on Wednesday […]
The Court of Appeal has dismissed a heterosexual couple’s claim in Steinfeld and Keidan -v- Secretary of State for Education  EWCA Civ 81, that the prohibition on them entering a civil partnership was discriminatory, in that it breached Article 14 with Article 8 of the ECHR. The Court held that Article 8 was engaged, but that […]