Our insights section provides a collection of blog posts, podcasts articles and recent webinar recordings involving Matrix members.
This week’s episode focuses on Gaza and the current conflict in the region from an international law perspective. Richard Hermer QC speaks to Professor Andrew Clapham, to provide an overview of the legal framework that governs not only the current hostilities but the overall legal context of the conflict. Matrix Law Pod · Gaza – […]
Case Preview: R (Majera) (formerly SM (Rwanda)) v Secretary of State for the Home Department by Robbie Stern
On 10 May 2021, the Supreme Court heard the appeal in R (Majera) (formerly SM (Rwanda)) v Secretary of State for the Home Department (“SSHD”). The question on appeal is whether a defective order granting immigration bail has legal effect. Background Mr Majera is a national of Rwanda who has had indefinite leave to remain […]
Subscribe on iTunes, Spotify and Acast. This week the Matrix Law Pod returns to India to speak with Colin Gonsalves, a prominent human rights lawyer, focusing not only on the emergency on the ground but the impact on the rule of law. Together with Richard Hermer QC and Helen Mountfield QC, they explore what role the courts have […]
Subscribe on iTunes, Spotify and Acast. Following the verdict in the George Floyd court case in the USA, Richard Hermer QC and Helen Mountfield QC speak with Prof. Craig Futterman, a Professor at the University of Chicago and the founder of the Civil Rights and Police Accountability Project of the Mandel Legal Aid Clinic, and Raju Bhatt, a […]
This article has been translated from the original Ukrainian, published on Pravda.com Ukraine still faces a dilemma common to all countries where state institutions are perceived as corrupt: Why should citizens trust a candidate for a position in a state institution elected by a state body that has no credibility? In this context, Ukraine has […]