Bringing over ten years of experience working on global technology policy issues, Matthew advises across a range of sectors to help companies and trade associations address regulatory barriers and execute government affairs strategies. He is closely involved in engagement with governments and international organisations, including the European Union, the International Telecommunication Union, and the United Nations. As a speaker and moderator, he regularly participates in debates on the regulatory and policy impact of new technologies.
Prior to joining Access Partnership in 2007, Matthew worked on a number of legal research projects. Before that, he obtained an MPhil. in Medieval History and a BA in Law from the University of Cambridge.Back to people directory