The disclosure requirements are insufficiently safeguarded to be lawful, and were disproportionate in their effect. Hugh Southey QC and Nick Armstrong were instructed by Liberty. Tim Owen QC was instructed by Hodge, Jones & Allen. Please click here for the judgment. More to follow.
Matrix is delighted to announce our achievements in our IIP accreditation, the Mind Index awards and the Stonewall Equality Index
Matrix is delighted to announce three awards for their excellence in management, equality and inclusion. Matrix have been awarded Platinum in their Investors in People accreditation, Silver in the inaugural Mind Workplace Wellbeing Index, and are now ranked in the top 50% of organisations in the Stonewall Workplace Equality Index. Matrix is the first barristers’ […]
On 1 May 2017, the sixty-ninth session of the International Law Commission (ILC) commenced in Geneva. Matrix’s Professor Sean Murphy, who was recently re-elected as a member of the ILC and who was appointed the Special Rapporteur on crimes against humanity in 2014, introduced his third report on this topic. His opening remarks can be […]