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Radha Bhatt

Radha joined Matrix as a trainee in October 2021.

Radha joined Matrix as a trainee in October 2021. She is currently under the supervision of Anthony Hudson QC.

Prior to joining Matrix, Radha worked as a paralegal at Hickman & Rose where she shared responsibility for a caseload involving actions against the police, data protection, Article 2 inquests, and the Undercover Policing and Grenfell Tower public inquiries. Before that, at the Anti-Trafficking and Labour Exploitation Unit, Radha assisted with casework at the intersection of employment, discrimination and immigration law. She has also interned for a number of NGOs including INQUEST, REDRESS and the Children’s Rights Alliance for England.

Radha conducted legal research at the Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law for projects involving children’s rights and access to justice, rule of law guidance for civil servants and threats to civil society spaces in Europe. She has also worked as part of a team of researchers, based at the Cambridge Centre for Governance and Human Rights, that assisted the UN Special Rapporteur for Extra-judicial, Summary or Arbitrary Executions with a project exploring international armed violence reduction programmes.

Radha holds a first-class degree in History from the University of Cambridge, where she was elected a King’s Scholar for outstanding academic achievement and received the Cambridge University Not-for-Profit Award. Subsequently Radha obtained a distinction in her Graduate Diploma in Law and studied for the Bar Course with the assistance of several scholarships including the Lord Denning and Residential Scholarships from Lincoln’s Inn and a postgraduate academic scholarship from City Law School. Most recently, Radha was awarded a Thouron Fellowship to study for an LLM at the University of Pennsylvania, where she specialised in constitutional, discrimination and media law, and took additional courses in internet law, privacy and cybersecurity at the Wharton School (GPA 4.0).

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Radha joined Matrix as a trainee in October 2021.

Radha Bhatt

Contact Radha: radhabhatt@matrixlaw.co.uk | +44 (0)20 7404 3447


Radha joined Matrix as a trainee in October 2021. She is currently under the supervision of Anthony Hudson QC.

Prior to joining Matrix, Radha worked as a paralegal at Hickman & Rose where she shared responsibility for a caseload involving actions against the police, data protection, Article 2 inquests, and the Undercover Policing and Grenfell Tower public inquiries. Before that, at the Anti-Trafficking and Labour Exploitation Unit, Radha assisted with casework at the intersection of employment, discrimination and immigration law. She has also interned for a number of NGOs including INQUEST, REDRESS and the Children’s Rights Alliance for England.

Radha conducted legal research at the Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law for projects involving children’s rights and access to justice, rule of law guidance for civil servants and threats to civil society spaces in Europe. She has also worked as part of a team of researchers, based at the Cambridge Centre for Governance and Human Rights, that assisted the UN Special Rapporteur for Extra-judicial, Summary or Arbitrary Executions with a project exploring international armed violence reduction programmes.

Radha holds a first-class degree in History from the University of Cambridge, where she was elected a King’s Scholar for outstanding academic achievement and received the Cambridge University Not-for-Profit Award. Subsequently Radha obtained a distinction in her Graduate Diploma in Law and studied for the Bar Course with the assistance of several scholarships including the Lord Denning and Residential Scholarships from Lincoln’s Inn and a postgraduate academic scholarship from City Law School. Most recently, Radha was awarded a Thouron Fellowship to study for an LLM at the University of Pennsylvania, where she specialised in constitutional, discrimination and media law, and took additional courses in internet law, privacy and cybersecurity at the Wharton School (GPA 4.0).