Matthew Flinn is developing a broad practice in the main areas of Chambers’ work, in particular public law, human rights, clinical negligence and personal injury. He is developing particular expertise in inquests, and clinical and dental negligence claims, acting for both Claimants and Defendants. He undertakes a wide range of advisory and court work, from small claims hearings to the High Court.
He is a regular contributor to the UK Human Rights Blog, and a number of his articles have been reproduced by, or linked to, other legal websites.
Significant cases include:
- In Amenas Inquests
- Webley v St George’s Hospital NHS Trust  EWHC 299 (QB)
- Al Sweady Public Inquiry
Delighted to welcome Matthew Flinn back to full-time practice - Feb 2018
Matthew Flinn successfully represents the Home Secretary in the High Court - Nov 2016
Verdict of Neglect From Coroner in City Banker’s Death In Private Hospital - Oct 2016
Neil Garnham QC and Matthew Flinn acting for families in Algerian terrorist attack inquest - Sep 2014
Matthew Flinn appointed to the Attorney General’s C Panel of Junior Counsel to the Crown - Feb 2015
Oliver Sanders and Matthew Flinn defend the SFO over Equitable Life papers - Sep 2012
Matthew Flinn and Maria Roche start as new tenants - Sep 2011