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Boasting a team of more than 240 barristers, including 7 KCs, we have expertise across seven specialist areas, while also taking immense pride in our cornerstone TBG House group, where our multidisciplinary barristers reside.

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TBG House

The very cornerstone of our chambers, our TBG House barristers are experts in more than one area of law, with a vast breadth of knowledge, skill and experience.

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TBG Commercial

From commercial litigation to company law to contract law, our specialist commercial barristers provide outstanding advocacy and advisory in all areas of commercial law

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TBG Employment

From simple dismissals to complex equal pay matters, our specialist employment barristers represent clients from various backgrounds and industries.

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TBG Family

Our specialist family barristers are known for their professionalism and approachability, trusted in divorce-related finances, child custody, property disputes, adoption, and more.

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TBG PI & Complex Injury

Our personal and complex injury barristers handle cases including RTA, workplace injuries, medical malpractice and catastrophic injuries. 

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TBG Property & Planning

Our property and planning barristers have extensive expertise in real estate, land disputes, planning and property law, offering clients tailored advice and representation for a wide range of property-related matters.

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TBG ADR

Our ADR team is exceptional, with unparalleled expertise in resolving disputes, fostering harmony, and delivering exceptional results with professionalism and compassion.

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What is a Public Body for the Purposes of Judicial Review?

R(Hannah) v Chartered Institute of Taxation [2021] EWHC 1069 (Admin) concerned a decision of Chartered Institute of Taxation to refer the claimant for disciplinary proceedings ...
Richard Clayton KC
Richard Clayton KC

The New Dilemma: Can Artificial Intelligence Replace Professionals in Courts and Write Judgments in Public Law?

When discussing AI’s role in replacing advocates and writing judgments in public law cases, it is important to recognise that this involves speculation about how AI’s future ...
Richard Clayton KC
Richard Clayton KC

Is a taxi driver entitled to more than the pre-accident valuation of the vehicle when written off?

Generally, someone who is involved in a non-fault road traffic accident, whereby their vehicle is written off, is only entitled to the pre-accident valuation of their vehicle, and ...
Azeem Ali
Azeem Ali

Neurodiverse Conditions in the Workplace (Webinar)

A topic making headlines in the employment sphere, this webinar address everything employers need to know about neurodiverse conditions in the workplace.
The Barrister Group
The Barrister Group

Understanding Menopause in the Workplace (Webinar)

In our first employment law webinar of the 2024, we're joined by Alice Kinder, President of Birmingham Legal Society, and The Barrister Group's own Employment Law Ambassador, ...
The Barrister Group
The Barrister Group

Unlocking Strategic Advantage: The Role of Chief Legal AI Officers in Today's Business Landscape

In the dynamic realm where technology intersects with the law, the emergence of Chief Legal AI Officers has become instrumental for organisations striving to navigate the ...
Tahir Khan
Tahir Khan

The next potential technological reforms in English Civil litigation: The Vos reforms?

I am inspired to write this article, as the various technological evolution continues to take place, particularly in LawTech, which I believe is the appropriate word to use. This ...
Dr Mehedi Ibne Rahim
Dr Mehedi Ibne Rahim

Credit Hire and Third-Party Costs

It is not uncommon for a defendant to pursue a credit hire company (CHC) for its costs (when they win a case), even though the CHC was not a party to the proceedings, because they ...
Azeem Ali
Azeem Ali

Freedom of Speech in the Workplace: Considering Higgs v Farmor's School (Webinar)

The issue of freedom of speech in the workplace is one that remains ever topical. In a civilisation more socio-politically informed than ever before, debates continue to arise as ...
The Barrister Group
The Barrister Group

Deferral of CIL

The draft Community Infrastructure Levy (Coronavirus) (Amendment) (England) Regulations 2020 (“the Coronavirus Regulations”) is a rather clumsy mouthful which is reflective of the ...
Christopher Cant
Christopher Cant

Phased Planning Permissions and the Self-Build Exemption

A turbulent topic in the context of Community Infrastructure levy (“CIL”) continues to be eligibility for the exemption for self build housing. It features regularly in e-mails ...
Christopher Cant
Christopher Cant

Navigating the Complexities of Intellectual Property in the Age of AI

In an era marked by rapid advancements in technology, the intersection of artificial intelligence (AI) and intellectual property (IP) law has given rise to a myriad of complex ...
Tahir Khan
Tahir Khan

Unravelling AI's Role in Patent Inventorship: The UK Supreme Court Deliberates

Exploring the Legal Complexities of AI as Inventors in Patent Law In a momentous legal saga, the UK Supreme Court recently convened to address a profound question: Can an ...
Tahir Khan
Tahir Khan

Investigating Sexually Inappropriate Behaviour in the Workplace (Webinar)

‘Tis the season of the office Christmas party, but amid the pre-holiday cheer, what happens when the festivities are taken a tad too far?
The Barrister Group
The Barrister Group

Unincorporated Bodies and Assets of Community Value

Successful challenges to nominations of property as an Asset of Community Value (“ACV”) have often been a pyrrhic victory. The defects in the nomination will have been highlighted ...
Christopher Cant
Christopher Cant

Belsner v Cam Legal Services

The result of a new hearing of Belsner v Cam Legal Services on 11 July 2022, which centres on the issue of informed consent to deductions, has implications for thousands of cases ...
Paul Shenton
Paul Shenton

Balancing Innovation & Privacy: A Deep Dive Into Data Protection

Harmonising AI and Data Protection: A Nexus of Evolution and Revolution The symbiotic evolution of personal data and technology has been transformative. It's a journey that ...
Tahir Khan
Tahir Khan

Islamic Marriage and the English Legal System: Mahr/Dower

In recent years there has been a proliferation of dowry cases that are being presented in front of English Courts today. The concept of Mahr has been replaced with that of dowry ...
Tahir Khan
Tahir Khan

Navigating the AI Landscape: A Detailed Analysis of the Artificial Intelligence Bill

The recently introduced Artificial Intelligence (Regulation) Bill [HL] signifies a pivotal step in the United Kingdom's efforts to regulate artificial intelligence (AI).
Tahir Khan
Tahir Khan

TBG Pupillage – Delivering it Differently

There is no doubt that applying for pupillage can be incredibly difficult given the limited opportunities available, the constraints of the mandatory timetable and the perception ...
Michaela Hardwick
Michaela Hardwick

Intellectual Property Law for Solicitors: When Sharing Hyperlinks is an Almighty Sin

Raison d’etre I want to discuss in this article about what it says in the tin, about hyperlinks. Let’s start with a full and frank disclosure, almost all of us have done it at ...
Dr Mehedi Ibne Rahim
Dr Mehedi Ibne Rahim