Matrix has launched a new book for practitioners bringing or defending ‘media law’ civil claims arising out of online publication.
Benkharbouche v Secretary of State for Foreign & Commonwealth Affairs; Libya v Janah  UKSC 62 These cases considered whether granting immunity from suit under the State Immunity Act 1978 engages, and breaches, the respondents’ rights under the ECHR and EU Charter. The claimants issued various claims in the employment tribunal following their dismissal from […]
The Court of Appeal today upheld Ofsted’s determination that the segregation of children by sex, in a mixed sex school, constituted sex discrimination. Helen Mountfield QC and Sarah Hannett acted for Ofsted, Dan Squires QC acted for the Equality and Human Rights Commission, and Karon Monaghan QC and Aileen McColgan acted for Southall Black Sisters. For […]
Matrix is delighted to have been recommended as a top-tier set by The Legal 500 2017 in 5 practice areas as well as being recommended in an additional 14 practice areas. A total of 60 members were ranked overall with 157 individual entries including 7 promotions and 23 new entries. 30 QCs have been listed […]
Matrix Chambers are delighted to announce that they have been shortlisted for Chambers of the Year at The British Legal Awards 2017. The winner will be announced at a ceremony hosted by Legal Week on Thursday 30 November. To find out more about the awards, please see here.