Making a difference: quality legal advice and advocacy

3PB is a multi disciplinary set providing a comprehensive legal advocacy and advisory service to commercial clients and individuals alike.

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This large set is spread across five locations: London, Bournemouth, Bristol, Oxford and Winchester.

We have an enviable reputation for our expertise and sector knowledge with an ability to provide clear, practical legal advice to clients.  Our quality barristers, from Silks to Juniors, conduct cases in all courts and Tribunals, both in the UK and overseas. Members of Chambers also appear in arbitrations, both as arbitrators and counsel, and a number are highly regarded mediators.

3PB advise a broad range of clients from Government and public sector bodies and FTSE 350 companies to private clients. We also offer legal representation and advice under the Direct Public Access Scheme, across all our practice areas, to members of the public needing legal advice directly from a barrister.

Clients note “the quality of service and client care is so good it’s one of the key reasons we keep going back to them" and "the clerks are proactive and easy to work with”.

Contact our friendly and helpful staff to discuss suitable barristers and fees at Clerks or telephone 020 7583 8055.

Chambers & Partners UK Bar Guide 2015

“3PB has continued to provide the breadth and quality of service that impresses market commentators, "getting almost impossible results time after time." ”
(Crime – Leading set – Western Bar - Band 1)

“The chambers is praised for the high quality of its individual counsel, with whom solicitors enjoy strong working relationships”.
(Clinical Negligence – Western Bar – Band 2)

“Oxford-based 3PB is one of the leading sets on the South Eastern Circuit for commercial litigation. It is well regarded for its advisory and advocacy work on a range of matters...”
(Commercial Dispute Resolution – South Eastern Circuit – Band 1)

"This sizeable set... is distinguished by its broad geographical; spread across Southern England and sources attribute its success to "excellent service and fabulous clerking".

The Legal 500 - The Clients Guide to Law Firms

Legal 500 Bar Directory 2015

3PB is ‘a very helpful, friendly and organised set’, with ‘highly reliable counsel’, who are strong across the civil, criminal and family law spectrum. ‘There are a large number of members so the set can consequently deal with a variety of matters crossing all areas of the law’. It is also praised for providing value for money and ‘an extremely professional service’. The practice managers are ‘always approachable’, ‘well informed’ and ‘commercially practical on fees’

3PB are pleased that a number of their barristers have been recommended by the Legal 500 Directory 2015, recognising the strength and depth of expertise in several practice areas. Their Bristol annex was singled out as a top chambers for the level of service provided to clients. 

3PB provides "a Rolls Royce service; right from head of chambers at the top, to junior clerks"


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Louis Weston acts for the Turf Club in respect of the suspension of Pyromaniac ...read more


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Statutory Wills and Dispensing with Service – an Update by James Davies ...read more


July 21 2016:

Gemma White successfully represents two clients in disciplinary proceedings before a national Football Association panel ...read more


July 20 2016:

3PB Employment Barrister Thomas O'Donohoe addresses Employment Law Update Seminar at London's NLC ...read more


July 14 2016:

3PB Head of Sports Group Louis Weston addresses MBL Sports Corruption Conference ...read more


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