New collection of blogs available now from 3PB's pupils
10th June 2020
3PB’s pupil barristers Mariya Peykova, Georgina Dietrich, Alex Leonhardt, Tagbo Ilozue and others have contributed articles to the second edition of the pupils' newsletter, ‘’Publications during the Pandemic’’.
To read the articles in full please click here.
3rd August 2020
Gareth Graham reports on two important appeals which took place this month. Both were live-streamed from the Supreme Court, and the judgments will be promulgated later in the year. The first, Uber v Aslam and others, concerns the well-known private hire vehicle booking service. Journeys are booked through a smartphone app, which connects passengers to drivers. The drivers contend that, during the periods covered by their claims, they were “workers” for the purposes of the...Continue reading
7th September 2020
3PB's essay competition for prospective pupils produced a fantastic range of entries on the subject of “What I learned in Lockdown”. The quality of the 132 entries was remarkably high. Reading the determined hope contained in these essays has given all of us at a glimpse of the resilience and capabilities of this generation of students. Here is the final list of winners and highly commended essays! It was a remarkably difficult decision as the...Continue reading
3PB Commercial Barrister Marc Brittain and Pupil Barrister Mariya Peykova consider complex commercial arrangements and the difficulties they can create for parties where their obligations are set out in a multitude of related contracts of a single contract containing inconsistent dispute resolution clauses. Marc and Mariya explore the most common scenarios in which courts are asked to interpret inconsistent dispute resolution clauses, with particular focus on the ‘centre of gravity’ approach, adopted by courts. Click...Continue reading
3PB employment barristers Naomi Webber and Daniel Brown bring you a round-up of relevant case law updates in this 25-minute briefing. During this recorded case law update Naomi and Daniel outline the most recent decisions and offer their thoughts on the implications for practitioners. For further information about employment issues or for enquiries contact Russell Porter or call 01865 793 736.Continue reading