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3PB

Chambers of Nigel Lickley QC

3 PAPER BUILDINGS, TEMPLE, LONDON, EC4Y 7EU, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 7583 8055
Fax:
Fax 020 7353 6271
DX:
1024 LONDON CHANCERY LANE
Web:
www.3pb.co.uk

London Bar

Set overviews: England and Wales

With barristers operating out of six UK offices, 3PB’s β€˜strength in depth is remarkable’. A key highlight for the set was Hamish Dunlop appearing in the Supreme Court regarding the high-profile Owens v Owens divorce case. Recent key developments in 2018 include Vanessa Meachin QC taking silk and Simon Lillington joining from College Chambers. The clerks are β€˜extremely proactive and on the ball’, and β€˜they know their barristers well’. Chambers directors Mark Heath, Russell Porter, Stuart Pringle and Matthew Wildish are key contacts. Simon Astill is the chief executive. Offices in: London, Birmingham, Bournemouth, Bristol, Oxford, Winchester

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London Bar

Children law (including public and private law)
Children Law (including public and private law) – Leading juniors

Poonam Bhari - 3pb β€˜An empathetic advocate.’

Ranked: tier 4

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Construction
Construction – Leading juniors

Stuart Kennedy - 3PB β€˜Arbitration and mediation with a Caribbean and Middle East focus.’

Ranked: tier 4

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Education
Education – Leading juniors

John Friel - 3PB β€˜Handles a huge range of special educational needs cases.’

Ranked: tier 2

Charlotte Hadfield - 3PB β€˜A well respected counsel.’

Ranked: tier 6

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Employment
Employment – Leading juniors

James Dawson - 3PB β€˜He is bright, approachable and client friendly.’

Ranked: tier 4

Sarah Bowen - 3PB β€˜An excellent practitioner with outstanding advocacy.’

Ranked: tier 4

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Family law (including divorce and financial remedy)
Family law (including divorce and financial remedy) – Leading juniors

Sheena Cassidy - 3PB β€˜Outstanding in her attention to detail.’

Ranked: tier 4

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Intellectual property
Intellectual property – Leading juniors

Victoria Jones - 3PB β€˜She is an all-round star: user friendly, inspires confidence and offers great tactical input.’

Ranked: tier 4

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Personal injury, industrial disease and insurance fraud
Personal injury – Leading juniors

Mark Stephen Lomas - 3PB β€˜Very consistent, high-quality performer with an eye for detail.’

Ranked: tier 5

Michelle Marnham - 3PB β€˜She is terrific with clients and has a clear forensic understanding of legal and medical issues.’

Ranked: tier 5

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Police law (defendant)
Police law (defendant) – Leading juniors

James Trumble - 3PB β€˜Very knowledgable in anti-social behaviour, and no matter what is thrown at him he has the right answer.’

Ranked: tier 3

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Proceeds of Crime Act and asset forfeiture
Proceeds of Crime Act and asset forfeiture – Leading juniors

Sheena Cassidy - 3PB β€˜She always thinks two to three moves ahead.’

Ranked: tier 3

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Professional negligence
Professional negligence – leading juniors

Gavin Hamilton - 3PB β€˜He always gives prompt, accessible and pragmatic advice, cutting through to the heart of the case.’

Ranked: tier 6

Seb Oram - 3PB β€˜Incredibly detailed, solid and hardworking.’

Ranked: tier 6

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Set overviews: England and Wales

With barristers operating out of six UK offices, 3PB’s β€˜strength in depth is remarkable’. A key highlight for the set was Hamish Dunlop appearing in the Supreme Court regarding the high-profile Owens v Owens divorce case. Recent key developments in 2018 include Vanessa Meachin QC taking silk and Simon Lillington joining from College Chambers. The clerks are β€˜extremely proactive and on the ball’, and β€˜they know their barristers well’. Chambers directors Mark Heath, Russell Porter, Stuart Pringle and Matthew Wildish are key contacts. Simon Astill is the chief executive. Offices in: London, Birmingham, Bournemouth, Bristol, Oxford, Winchester

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Sport
Sport – Leading juniors

Louis Weston - 3PB β€˜Very good with witnesses.’

Ranked: tier 2

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