The Legal Support Service provide research and paralegal support to Matrix members – whether by finding legal information (cases, legislation, articles, reports etc), producing bundles of authorities for court, or carrying out more substantial research. They also collate daily current awareness bulletins, covering Matrix’s major areas of practice, manage our intranet and extranets and administer the freelance research panel.
Evaluation of UK’s international obligations The Equality and Human Rights Commission has published a report setting out the ongoing human rights challenges in Great Britain across 12 different areas ...On December 19, 2016 / By Legal Support Service
UN & the UK The UK Constitutional Law Blog has published an analysis of the Investigatory Powers Bill, arguing that the broad nature of the operational purposes required ...On December 12, 2016 / By Legal Support Service
UN & the UK UNA-UK has hosted an expert roundtable on reforming the UNHRC, considering the UNHRC’s successes and failures over the last decade, and where the UK ...On December 5, 2016 / By Legal Support Service
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