3PB’s David Richards, Head of the national chambers’ Public & Regulatory Law team, and pupil barrister Dr Tagbo Ilozue have reviewed three new regulatory key cases, covering environment regulation, food safety and housing regulations, all handed down since the UK went into lockdown.
Public and Regulatory
Tagbo Ilozue has a keen interest in public and regulatory law. He is a member of the Attorney General’s Junior Junior scheme and welcomes instructions on that basis.
He has been instructed on multiple occasions to advise the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, both independently and as a led junior, in matters including:
- Implementation of the Polar Code within domestic legislation.
- Jurisdictional issues and potential offences arising from a collision at sea involving citizens of a British Overseas Territory who were operating a vessel in foreign waters.
- The Victims’ Right to Review scheme for MCA prosecutions.
His medical background makes him particularly well suited to inquest and professional discipline work. He has been trained to present cases on the behalf of the NMC and will act for both regulators and registrants at fitness-to-practice hearings.
His interests extend to regulation of the legal profession. He has advised in relation to a potential solicitors’ negligence claim, and he is keen to develop his practice to include disciplinary and negligence proceedings involving solicitors and barristers.
Lockdown Law 2 - Public and Regulatory Law11th May 2020
Lockdown Law - Recent criminal law developments and relevant case law5th May 2020
3PB Barristers’ regulatory counsel David Richards, Head of the national chambers’ Public & Regulatory Law team and pupil barrister Dr Tagbo Ilozue have published a digest of recent criminal law developments and relevant case law since the UK went into lockdown.
Responding to Covid-19: The maritime perspective in the UK28th Apr 2020
David Richards, head of the marine group at 3PB and fellow barrister Dr Tagbo Ilozue have reviewed national and international maritime responses to the Covid 19 crisis, looking in particular at the UK regulatory framework that may be used to police responses to the coronavirus beyond the current lockdown.
- Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL), University of Law – Distinction
- PhD, Developmental Biology, Queens’ College, University of Cambridge
- Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MB BChir), Queens’ College, University of Cambridge
- MA Philosophy and Psychology, Magdalen College, University of Oxford – 2:1
- Everard Ver Heyden Foundation Prize (for results in the BPTC) City Law School
- Winner of the City Law School Senior Moot, 2019
Professional qualifications & appointments
- BPTC, City Law School – Outstanding (7th in a year of over 400 students)
- Membership of the Royal College of Physicians (MRCP)
- Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons (MRCS, expired in July 2019)
- Personal Injury Bar Association
- Criminal Bar Association
- Administrative Law Bar Association
- Association of Regulatory and Disciplinary Lawyers