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3PB Public law - Matthew Wyard analyses Re: ACC & Ors [2020] EWCOP 9

Matthew Wyard analyses Re: ACC &Ors [2020] EWCOP 9, a case concerning the conflicts of interests that may arise where property and affairs deputies instruct a firm with which they are associated to carry out instructions for P,  or to conduct litigation on P’s behalf. Click here to read Matthew's analysis. Click here to view […]

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3PB’s Birmingham office give a mighty roar for Birmingham Children’s Trust

Vanessa Meachin QC, head of 3PB’s family team, attended a New Year's party on Saturday 25th January 2020 for The Birmingham Roaring Lions! The Birmingham Roaring Lions is Birmingham Children's Trust’s forum for children and young people with disabilities. It was formed to give children and young people with physical and learning disabilities a voice […]

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3PB supports children in care with Birmingham Children’s Trust

Barristers and staff at the national chambers, 3PB Barristers, in Birmingham have joined together this festive season to grant Christmas Wishes for children in care with Birmingham Children’s Trust. Christmas can be a difficult time of year for a lot of children and young people in the UK's second city, so the Christmas Wishes initiative […]

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3PB nominated twice in the Legal 500 UK Bar Awards 2020

3PB is thrilled to have been shortlisted by the Legal 500 directory in the following categories: Regional Bar: Set of the Year and Regional Bar: Silk of the Year – Vanessa Meachin QC The nomination for Regional Set of the Year is further acknowledgment of the talent, hard work and investment by 3PB's members and staff […]

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3PB Family Barrister Emma Southern appointed Representative of the Western Circuit for Lincoln’s Inn

Emma Southern has been appointed Representative of the Western Circuit for Lincoln’s Inn. This newly created position is designed to inform, invent and introduce ways in which the Inn can increase engagement amongst members based outside of London. Each appointee will hold the position for 2 years, with the possibility to carry on for another […]

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