Matthew Radstone

Called 2005

Matthew Radstone

Barrister

Matthew specialises in the areas of serious crime, complex fraud and regulatory matters. His reputation is built on his forensic mind, sound tactical judgement and affable approach. He is passionate about his cases and leaves nothing to chance as a result of his meticulous preparation. He is an effective advocate who enjoys submissions involving complex legal argument.

Amongst his cases, he is currently instructed in the FIFA Corruption Case in which he represents the current head of the South American Football Association; he is advising a FTSE 100 Company who are the subject of an SFO investigation in relation to international bribery and corruption; and is representing a former Premier League Footballer charged with Fraudulent Trading. Matthew has also represented the Royal Marine charged with terrorism.

Matthew has written on the subject of ‘ internal investigations and corporate self-reporting’ and has recently had work on this issue published in the Butterworths Journal of International Banking and Financial Law.

His practice is split equally between legal aid work and private work.

Professional Memberships

  • Human Rights Lawyers Association
  • Criminal Bar Association
  • Extradition Lawyers Association
  • Member & Committee's representative of the North London Bar Mess
  • Proceeds of Crime Lawyers Association (POCLA)
  • Association of Regulatory and Disciplinary Lawyers (ARDL)
  • United Kingdom Environmental Law Association (UKELA)
  • Fraud Lawyers Association (YFLA)

Education

  • BA Hons. (Politics) University of Leeds
  • CPE City University
  • BVC Inns of Court School of Law
  • Awarded Middle Temple Benefactors Scholarship for BVC

Media/Publications

  • Selected to feature in Radio 5Live’s three part series ‘Raising the Bar’ in which a day in the life of barrister is explored including the anticipation of the very first case on your feet, the pressures of the job while juggling family life, bars to the entry into the profession and the importance of judgment and tactical decision. Listen here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06k9w6b#play
  • Article in Practical Law’s Corporate Crime section on jury selection and crown court trials.
  • ‘Self reporting and internal investigations: Speak Now of Forever Hold Your Peace’ , JIBFL

mradstone@25bedfordrow.com