We are delighted to welcome Danielle Manson as a new member.
Danielle practices primarily in serious crime, protest law, and inquests and inquiries. She has particular expertise in representing young people and is committed to providing high quality and accessible representation to children within the criminal justice system. She has a wealth of experience across the general crime spectrum having appeared as a led junior and as a single advocate in cases of murder, attempted murder, rape, serious violence, fraud, the sale and supply of drugs and firearms offences.
Danielle is also experienced in representing individuals charged with criminal offences arising out of protests. She is committed to upholding convention rights and holding the state and police to account. She was a founding committee member of Black Protest Legal Support which was formed following the death of George Floyd and was responsible for training over 100 barristers and solicitors as Legal Observers.
Rachel Holmes, Chief Executive of Matrix, says:
“We are thrilled Danielle has joined us. She is a great fit for Matrix and will be a huge asset to the team and for our clients. We look forward to working with her and supporting her in the next stage of her career.”