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3PB

Chambers of David Berkley 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 ‘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 ‘extremely proactive and on the ball’, and ‘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 - 3pbAn empathetic advocate.

Ranked: tier 4

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Construction
Construction – Leading juniors

Stuart Kennedy - 3PBArbitration and mediation with a Caribbean and Middle East focus.

Ranked: tier 4

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Education
Education – Leading juniors

John Friel - 3PBHandles a huge range of special educational needs cases.

Ranked: tier 2

Charlotte Hadfield - 3PBA well respected counsel.

Ranked: tier 6

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Employment
Employment – Leading juniors

James Dawson - 3PBHe is bright, approachable and client friendly.

Ranked: tier 4

Sarah Bowen - 3PBAn 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 - 3PBOutstanding in her attention to detail.

Ranked: tier 4

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Intellectual property
Intellectual property – Leading juniors

Victoria Jones - 3PBShe 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 - 3PBVery consistent, high-quality performer with an eye for detail.

Ranked: tier 5

Michelle Marnham - 3PBShe 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 - 3PBVery 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 - 3PBShe always thinks two to three moves ahead.

Ranked: tier 3

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Professional negligence
Professional negligence – leading juniors

Gavin Hamilton - 3PBHe always gives prompt, accessible and pragmatic advice, cutting through to the heart of the case.

Ranked: tier 6

Seb Oram - 3PBIncredibly 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 ‘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 ‘extremely proactive and on the ball’, and ‘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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