‘It’s interesting from the point of view of the intersection of law and personalities, as in each one of these cases you’ve always got an interesting array of characters,’ Edward Craven says of his role. Craven’s career in reputation law started when he joined Matrix Chambers five years ago, when he thought the phone-hacking litigation was nearing an end. ‘But the tail end of it lasted the best part of half a decade,’ he says, having represented more than 50 affected claimants, from sportsmen and musicians to HNWs and politicians. A former lecturer at Oxford, he is drawn to the creative aspect of the law, whereby he combines innovation with practical solutions that have clients’ best interests at heart.
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