30th January 2014Chambers is pleased to announce that Adam Hiddleston has been appointed as the Chair of the Appeal Committee of the Chartered Institute of Public Finance ... read more
The commercial disputes team at 3PB has a strong reputation across a range of areas, including commercial property transactions, professional negligence, construction and insolvency.
Client service: “I have found that the 3PB clerks are very responsive and they have always found a barrister to assist me when the matter is urgent.”
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Welcome to the 3PB Public Law and Regulatory Group’s web pages. We hope that the information that you find here will both assist and inform you about what our experienced and friendly group has to offer.
Public and administrative law has been practised at 3 Paper Buildings for many years. During that time its importance and jurisdiction has expanded greatly and public law now takes on many guises and features in cases heard before specialist Tribunals, Magistrates’ Courts, Crown and County Courts, the High Court and beyond.
Here at 3PB we have constantly strived to meet the challenges and changes that this area of the law has brought about.
Such is the breadth of the work that we undertake, we have taken a conscious decision to offer truly specialist practitioners in particular areas of what can be broadly be described as administrative law, although some of those areas cross the border between the civil and criminal law jurisdictions. The group is divided into the following specialist units. Follow the links for more information:
Please do not hesitate to contact one of our dedicated Public Law and Regulatory Group clerks for more information on our group and the services we offer.
Public & regulatory law is of ever increasing importance and crosses the boundary between civil and criminal law. Members of the group provide expertise across a wide range of legal fields in this area including:
Members of Chambers have been instructed in some of the leading recent cases in their areas and provide advice on policy issues to local authorities and other public bodies. Many combine their public law practices with other specialisms and so are able to offer a wide range of expertise and experience to both private and public body clients.
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