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.
Tonia Clark reviews Practice Direction 27A and its application in family proceedings
3PB’s specialist family law barrister Tonia Clark (pictured here) has reviewed Practice Direction 27A (PD27A), which Family Court judges are increasingly exasperated is being ignored. In this article Tonia covers the importance of Practice Direction 27A, noting that non-compliance will likely mean that the Courts will consider making costs orders. Tonia also highlights the most important points to bear in mind when applying PD27A and states that the case AG v VD  EWFC 9 paras...Continue reading
February's employment law newsletter out now
In our latest edition we bring you employment law news on harassment, Covid-19 and its impact on discrimination matters and hearings.Continue reading
Our team has analysed key employment law cases in written as well as podcast and video formats.
Finally, we invite you to register for our first live employment law webinar of 2021, due to take place on 18 February.
Family law newsletter out now - March 2021
Welcome to the 3PB family newsletter In our fourth family group newsletter, we bring you a round up of our brunch talks and topical articles, news, and details of our forthcoming events. We hope you enjoy reading this and please do contact us if we can help with further information or enquiries. Details of upcoming events here Lucy Hendry QC enjoys her first days as newly-appointed Silk Family barrister Lucy Hendry QC started her first day as Queen's Counsel...Continue reading
Media criticism of the Employment Tribunal system receives backlash from employment law community
The start of the month was greeted by an article from The Times entitled “Tribunal system chaos: No experience necessary to be a judge in hearings free-for-all”. This provocative title aptly summarises the wide-ranging criticism made within of the Employment Tribunal system, extending to attacks on Judges as being insufficient qualified and experienced. There followed a similar article on 18 February from the politically aligned Daily Mail entitled “'You can't sack me - I'll sue':...Continue reading