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Cherie Blair makes arbitration a focus
Cherie Blair QC is to leave Matrix Chambers, the London barristers’ set she co-founded 14 years ago, to focus on international legal and advisory work and to sit as an international arbitrator.
Blair – the wife of former UK prime minister Tony Blair – will conduct her work through Omnia Strategy, “a pioneering multi disciplinary law firm” that she founded in 2011, with offices in London and Washington, DC.
Cherie Blair leaves human rights’ barristers’ practice
Cherie Blair, wife of former UK premier Tony Blair, has stepped down from the human rights
barristers’ practice she co-founded to focus on her consultancy – advising governments,
multinationals and private clients.
Cherie Blair QC leaves Matrix Chambers
Blair has left the chambers in order to take up a full-time role at Omnia, which she currently chairs. The move comes months after Omnia launched an office in Washington DC.
Omnia was founded by Blair in 2011 and now has offices in London and Washington as well as having Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) approval for its alternative business structure licence last year.
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