Our insights section provides a collection of blog posts, podcasts articles and recent webinar recordings involving Matrix members.
Eleanor Mitchell and Aidan Wills have written this first-of-its-kind guide: ‘Restrictions on Open Justice: A guide for public law practitioners’ – an accessible and user-friendly practical resource tailored to the public law context. Public lawyers are often faced with questions about anonymity and related restrictions on open justice – most often when clients or witnesses fear their identity or […]
Claire Darwin KC, Edward Kemp, Laura Prince KC and Mathew Purchase KC are featured as employment law thought leaders in the Chambers UK Bar Guide 2024. Read their reflections on Freedom of Expression in the Workplace here
Jamas Hodivala KC is joined by his guests Alison Taylor (Professor of ethics, NYU Stern School of Business and Executive Director, Ethical Systems) and Barry Vitou (Head of Global Investigations at Holman Fenwick Willens) to discuss the interrelation between ethics and ESG, the role of business ethics in corporate crime and the increasing reach of […]
To celebrate Black History Month, we asked members of Matrix’s Race Equality Network to share their thoughts about being black at the Bar. Ifeanyi Odogwu and Kwaku Awuku-Asabre are barristers practising at Matrix, and Eric Ofori-Darko and Nina Russell are members of the staff team. Q: What’s the value of the Race Equality Network […]
Further to the judgment of the Court of Appeal in Mints and others v PJSC and another  EWCA Civ 1132 (see commentary here), the FCDO has issued a statement today (here). It addresses the effect of the judgment on the meaning of ‘control’ in Regulation 7 of the The Russia (Sanctions) (EU Exit) Regulations […]