Tabitha Buck

Year of call:

2016

Education:

2015 - Sheffield Hallam University LLB (Hons) class of achievement (bar course only – not first degree)

2016 - BPP University Bar Professional Training Course Very Competent

Career:

2017 - Paralegal at Howard and Byrne Solicitors, York

2018 - Pupil at Howard and Byrne Solicitors, York in conjunction with Exchange Chambers, Leeds

2019 - Employed Barrister at Howard and Byrne Solicitors, York

2021 - Third Six Pupil at Park Square Barristers, Teesside

2022 - Grade 2 CPS Prosecutor

2022 - Tenant at Park Square Barristers

Tabitha has significant experience prosecuting and defending road traffic offences, and is well versed with making and opposing arguments of ‘special reasons’ and ‘exceptional hardship’.

She has also gained experience prosecuting and defending cases for Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council, The Insolvency Service, Director of Border and Revenue and the RSPCA.  Tabitha was also   instructed by Greater Manchester Police Digital Investigations Unit to review devices for legally privileged material.

Tabitha has knowledge of the prison law rules, having gained previous experience defending inmates at adjudications. Tabitha has also gained experience of the conduct of applications before the Parole Board.

During pupillage Tabitha delivered training on cyber-attacks and cyber security along with John Boumphrey of Chambers.

Tabitha is interested in receiving inquest briefs. Having completed the professional discipline elective module on the BPTC, Tabitha also has a keen interest in the regulation of medical professionals by the GMC and the NMC.

 

Contact the Regulatory clerks

Madeleine Gray on 0113 202 8603

Patrick Urbina on 0113 213 5250

Daniel Highfield on 0113 213 5213