Details of the Barristers we work with
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All the barristers we work with are registered with the Bar Council who represent barristers in England and Wales.
Robert Grey specialises in criminal law with an emphasis on sex, drugs and fraud cases.
After a Landlord and Tenant pupillage and 10 years in a specialist commercial and construction set of chambers, Rupert now deals with all aspects of property and commercial litigation with a large element- of professional negligence work.
Robert’s practice covers a wide range of contractual and professional negligence claims. The contractual side includes agency, bailment, sale of goods, supply of services, exclusion and limitation of liability clauses, guarantees and indemnities, misrepresentation, quasi contract and restitution and conflict of laws.
Simon specialises in a range of areas including high value matrimonial finance, co-habitation and property disputes, securities and guarantees, wills and inheritance and professional negligence
Simon has appeared in the House of Lords as well as in several leading cases in the Court of Appeal. He appears regularly in the High Court and has represented clients before Disciplinary Tribunals; Law Society, University and Sporting Tribunals.
Tim Wallis, Barrister, General Chancery Practice in the following areas:
Paul’s Practice focuses on commercial, property and family law disputes
Paul has done substantial amounts of civil fraud work
Paul is bilingual in Italian and has done work on cross-border disputes involving Italy
BA(Hons.) Law & Politics – First Class
Simon specialises in professional disciplinary work, representing doctors, police officers and other professionals. He also has expertise in criminal law, with extensive experience of heath and safety, environmental and road traffic cases, as well as the whole range of serious crime. He has particular expertise in confiscation and proceeds of crime cases.
Additionally, Simon can offer expertise in cases before the VAT / Tax Tribunals, judicial review cases before the High Court and civil actions against the Police. He has a particular interest in fighting cases concerning civil liberties.
Sheila specialises in a range of areas, with an emphasis on employment and family law.
Having completed her legal training at one of the leading commercial & employment law Chambers in the UK, she has since represented a wide range of clients in these areas during her 10 years of practice.
She is able to assist her clients from the very outset of their claims, and has regularly been praised for her down to earth, practical, yet sensitive approach to their needs.
Called to the Bar: 2001
Philip specialises in a range of areas including the following;
When first called to the Bar Philip lectured part time to accountancy students in contract and company law. In his first three years he undertook agency prosecution work for the CPS. This gave him an excellent experience and grounding in criminal law. Subsequently Philip developed a criminal defence practice, including benefit and tax credit fraud and in particular specialisation in defending motorists in all aspects of motoring offences, including speeding, drink driving, careless and dangerous driving and totting. Philip is often contacted by other barristers who are representing clients in motoring matters and seek clarification or advice when presenting their case.
In addition to his criminal work Philip has developed a general civil practice, which includes property matters, (boundary disputes, Landlord and Tenant etc.) contract, company law, insolvency, family and general civil.
Philip’s practice covers the whole of England and Wales.
Tom is a specialist criminal and regulatory practitioner. He has a particular strength in advocacy as demonstrated by him winning both the 2010 College of Law Advocacy Competition and the 2010 Inter-Varsity Advocacy Competition (Inner-Temple). In the latter he represented the College of Law against representatives of 20 other universities and colleges.
Prior to coming to the Bar he worked with the United Nations at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda.
Nick Robinson is known for his confident and fearless advocacy. He has handled heavyweight criminal cases, including murder, large-scale frauds, conspiracy to supply controlled drugs, money laundering and serious sexual offences.
Nick is a member of the Criminal Group at 3PB Barristers. Nick is recommended by the Legal 500 Directory as a Leading Junior in Crime. The 2015/2016 Directory provides: “Nick Robinson is known for his defence work in the Crown Court and his practice has an emphasis on serious crime”. The 2014/2015 Directory provided: “He specialises in sexual offence cases, particularly those involving children and historical allegations of misconduct”. Nick was also recommended in 2011/12, 2012/13 and 2013/14. The 2013/14 Directory stated: “3PB’s Nick Robinson is ‘a very confident and knowledgeable advocate’”.
Nick has appeared in over 30 appeals against conviction and sentence at the Criminal Division of the Court of Appeal and he represented the Appellant in a Commonwealth Caribbean appeal against a murder conviction at the Privy Council. Nick is skilled in appellate advocacy. In an appeal against sentence at the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division) Aikens LJ held that Nick “presented the arguments very concisely, clearly and persuasively” .
In another appeal against sentence at the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division) Moses LJ held: “There is ample authority for the proposition that counsel for the defence has so skilfully identified both in his written grounds and in his oral submissions and we are indebted to Mr Robinson for them” .
Julian studied at University College London and was called to the Bar by the Inner Temple.
Family, crime and civil.
He has published over 70 articles on various legal topics and has lectured in over 20 countries. He has particular expertise in land and matters such as nuisance and boundary disputes, planning, and matrimonial finance including constrictive trust issues. He is happy to advise on wills, trusts and contractual issues.
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