3PB Barristers nominated for Chambers of the Year!
24th January 2022
3PB Barristers has been nominated for Chambers of the Year at this year's LexisNexis Legal Awards!
We look forward to celebrating excellence across the legal sector on Wednesday 30 March when the winners will be announced at Grosvenor House!
3PB Property and Estates team celebrates 22 accolades in the latest Legal Directories publications
3PB is delighted to announce excellent rankings for its Property and Estates team across both Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners directories. The team achieved a total of 22 individual rankings across four of our core circuits (Western, South Eastern, Midlands and London), as well as the team celebrating Tier 2 rankings for Property and Construction in South Eastern; Tier 2 rankings for Chancery, Tax and Probate in the Midlands and a Tier 3 ranking...Continue reading
Olivia McGonigle secures unanimous acquittal of a client
3PB criminal and public law barrister Olivia McGonigle, pictured here, successfully secured an acquittal for her client in a jury trial in Portsmouth, where the defendant was charged with burglary, assault occasioning actual bodily harm and criminal damage. The prosecution had accused the defendant of attending the complainant’s home twice late in the evening. On the second occasion, the Crown alleged he arrived with a crowbar, using it to cause injury to the complainant, then...Continue reading
Four 3PB pupil barristers become members
3PB are pleased to announce that their four 12-month pupil barristers - Poppy Watson, Liz Adams, Emma Greening and Dr Angel Matoke-Njagi (pictured left to right from the top) - have all successfully completed their pupillages today and become tenants with the 240-barrister, national chambers. Former in-house energy lawyer Poppy Watson (call:2021) is joining 3PB's London office and will be focusing on commercial litigation and arbitration. Former in-house lawyer and domestic violence and disability campaigner...Continue reading
Sunyana Sharma writes for The Barrister on parenthood at the Bar
3PB’s specialist regulatory and inquest barrister Sunyana Sharma has written for The Barrister on returning to the Bar following parental leave and how she has come to balance her work and family responsibilities. In her feature “Kids, Court and Caffeine … How to survive having a baby at the Bar”, Sunyana has combined her own personal experiences as a mother of young children with that of colleagues, to put together 14 top tips for juggling...Continue reading