Matrix is a barristers’ chambers with offices in Gray’s Inn, London, Geneva and Brussels. We are a group of independent and specialist lawyers who work across a wide range of areas of law. Our members work throughout the UK and have extensive experience internationally having worked in over 100 countries. Owing to Matrix’s multi-disciplinary practice and standard of excellence, we are uniquely positioned to deal with complex legal issues, particularly where they overlap multiple areas of law. Barristers at Matrix are regulated by the Bar Standards Board.
Matrix was set up in 2000 in response to the changing face of the legal landscape at that time. We wanted to achieve a different working model from the traditional English chambers and we are proud of our record of innovation to date. Our actions are guided by our core values, which outline our principles as an organisation and govern how we work. We pride ourselves on our reputation as a professional and approachable set where diversity, accessibility and client care are widely championed.
Our mission statement
Matrix strives to be an excellent, innovative provider of legal services domestically and internationally.
Our core values
Matrix’s core values govern the way we work and how our organisation operates. They are split into sections that relate to how we deliver our legal services and values relating to our organisation. To find out more about them, please see here.
Richard Hermer KC is the Chair of our Management Committee.
Rachel Holmes is our Chief Executive who is responsible for the overall management of Matrix including the development of client relationships, marketing strategy, human resources, and ensuring our core values inform how we work as an organisation.
Our building is fully wheelchair accessible. We offer hearing loops in meeting rooms and are happy to accommodate other needs, such as papers printed in large print, if told in advance. If visiting Matrix please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to ask about any access requirements or adjustments you might need.
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