On 8th August 2017, Mr Howarth successfully appealed a refusal by the Home Office to grant refugee and humanitarian…Read more
Matthew HowarthCall To The Bar: 2016
Matthew Howarth commenced pupillage at Lincoln House Chambers in August 2016.
Matthew joined chambers under the supervision of Alex Leach. Throughout his first six, he was assessed on a wide range of criminal cases. Subsequently, Matthew undertakes a number of instructions relating to serious crime in the Crown and Magistrates Court both prosecuting and defending.
Before joining Chambers, Matthew spent a number of years in practice at different law firms and legal institutions. Prior to joining chambers, he spent two years at Baker & McKenzie, an international law firm, where he was instructed on a large-scale prosecution for market manipulation and gained a useful insight into Banking and Financial litigation; in addition to working with the Eurozone 2015 Property and Estates team of the year. Matthew deals with a number of regulatory and property cases in chambers.
Additionally, Matthew has worked at Brent Council as a Duty Advocate and as a paralegal at Jones Myers a Band 1 Law Firm in Leeds. He was commonplace to address a wide range of instructions from Local Authorities on Care and Landlord & Tenant Proceedings.
Matthew has a great deal of international experience having interned with Hassans in Gibraltar, international abduction work with Jones Myers and sat as chair for Pro Bono at Baker & McKenzie, Belfast. Whilst in Belfast, he started an international Pro Bono project on the Refugee Crisis that has enabled him to undertake immigration work following his first six in chambers.
Following a withdrawal on an appeal against conviction, the Prosecution sought costs from two Defendants’ at Manchester Crown Court…Read more
After the successful completion of his pupillage, conducted under the supervision of Alexander Leach, Matthew Howarth officially joins Lincoln…Read more
Matthew Howarth successfully appealed against a conviction at Burnley Crown Court on Thursday 6th July 2017. One of the…Read more