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Free PIBU Newsletter

Join PI Brief Update (PIBU), our free monthly email newsletter. It provides essential updates on recent personal injury case law. PIBU has been running for more than 10 years and goes out to around 10,000 personal injury professionals in the UK.

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The Authors: PIBU is written by a team of specialist personal injury barristers, including:

Harriet Wakeman, Temple Garden Chambers
Harriet is developing a broad civil and public law practice, including personal injury, health and safety, credit hire and employment law. Harriet acts in both an advisory and representative capacity. 
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Juliet Wells, Temple Garden Chambers
Juliet is developing a practice in Chambers’ core areas, with an emphasis on personal injury, health and safety, employment law, public law and extradition. She regularly appears in the County Court in applications, CMCs, small claims and fast track trials, and appeals, and is building a busy paper-based practice.
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Tim Kevan, www.timkevan.com
Tim Kevan is a co-founder of Law Brief Publishing. He practised as a barrister for ten years at 1 Temple Gardens (now Temple Garden Chambers) specialising in PI, credit hire and civil fraud. During that time he wrote or co-wrote ten law books. He has since written two legal comedy novels for Bloomsbury Publishing based on the BabyBarista blog which has featured on both The Times and Guardian online.