Alison Macdonald QC is a barrister at Matrix Chambers, practising in public international law, international arbitration and criminal law. She regularly appears before both international and domestic courts and tribunals, acting for States, corporations and individuals, and is recognised by the leading directories for her work across international and domestic law. Current work includes representing Mauritius in the pending ICJ advisory opinion on the Chagos Archipelago.
Alison Macdonald QC looks back at last year's key developments in the English courts. ...On January 28, 2019 / By Alison Macdonald QC
Claudia Müller-Hoff and Dr Carolijn Terwindt look at how victims of a factory fire in Pakistan have managed to bring a civil claim against a multinational company in ...On March 7, 2018 / By Alison Macdonald QC
Alison Macdonald QC looks at recent proposals for strengthening corporate accountability in the UK, following the 'failure to prevent' model developed for bribery and tax evasion. ...On February 20, 2018 / By Alison Macdonald QC
Alison Macdonald QC looks at the many and varied ways in which international law featured in the UK courts in 2017. ...On January 9, 2018 / By Alison Macdonald QC
Alison Macdonald QC looks at a recent decision on whether the Refugee Convention applies to the Sovereign Base Areas following Cyprus' independence, and whether refugees stranded there are ...On June 28, 2017 / By Alison Macdonald QC
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