Matrix Chambers acting for 121 female BBC employees as gender pay furore grows

Matrix picks up role on BBC gender pay gap dispute as Mishcon advises separate group including Carrie Gracie

Matrix Chambers is representing the National Union of Journalists (NUJ) in a group complaint relating to the BBC’s gender pay gap, as it emerges that former BBC News China editor Carrie Gracie is among at least 10 senior female employees being advised by Mishcon de Reya.

The NUJ has instructed Matrix barrister Claire Darwin, who specialises in employment, discrimination and education, on a complaint on behalf of 121 female BBC employees over pay disparity between male and female workers.

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