Matthew is a specialist public and administrative lawyer who has worked both in the private sector and for central Government. He has advised on the full range of public law issues, including governance, powers, and consultation, both generally and in the context of developing legislation. He has also advised extensively on information law matters.
Matthew has conducted high profile and complex litigation at all levels of the domestic judicial system and in the European Court of Human Rights. He has also worked on some of the key Inquiries of recent times, including Bloody Sunday, Hutton and the Parliamentary Ombudsman's Inquiry into Equitable Life.
Inns of Court School of Law Bar Vocational Course, 1993
Keble College, Oxford Jurisprudence (2:1), 1992