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TBG House Barristers

Our TBG House barristers are the very cornerstone of our chambers. Experts in more than one area of law, they have a vast breadth of knowledge, skill and experience.

In spanning multiple practice areas, our TBG House barristers exhibit exceptional agility and accessibility. And, where cases overlap areas of law our TBG House barristers have the versatility to skilfully navigate these, often complex, circumstances.

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Available 24/7

Our barrister booking service is always on, so it's available when you need it

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Consistent value

Our fees are as reliably consistent as our excellent service, so no surprises on your next instruction.

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National representation

We have representation in every court in England and Wales and offices in every major conurbation.

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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.
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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, ...
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The Barrister Group

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 ...
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The Barrister Group

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?
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The Barrister Group

Vicarious Liability for Employers: Guidance from the Supreme Court (Webinar)

In this webinar, specialist employment barristers Keith Webster and Christopher Moore dive into the Supreme Court's guidance on vicarious liability. Drawing upon the Supreme ...
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The Barrister Group

Managing Sexually Inappropriate Behaviour in the Workplace (Webinar)

As we approach the festive party period, it’s more important than ever that employers are vigilant to the warning signs of inappropriate behaviour at work.
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The Barrister Group

Discerning Disability Discrimination (Webinar)

Disability discrimination is a complex and expanding area of law.
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The Barrister Group

Getting to Grips with Constructive Dismissal (Webinar)

For many claimants, constructive dismissal remains one of the most misunderstood concepts in employment law.
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The Barrister Group

Join our employment law webinars!

Throughout the year, The Barrister Group will be hosting a series of webinars with our specialist barristers on specific areas of employment law.
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The Barrister Group

Harnessing the Power of AI: Balancing Innovation & Legal Protection

Introduction Digital innovations and advances in AI have produced a range of novel talent identification and assessment tools. Many of these technologies promise to help ...
Tahir Khan
Tahir Khan

Privacy Concerns & Legal Implications of AI in Recruitment

Introduction As employers increasingly adopt new technologies to streamline their employment processes, it is crucial to be aware of the potential repercussions on the privacy of ...
Tahir Khan
Tahir Khan

Understanding Harassment in the Workplace (Webinar)

In light of current events, the issue of harassment remains as topical as ever for both employers and employees.
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The Barrister Group

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