Latest News

Simon Medland QC successfully defends teenager on murder charge
31 July 2014

Simon Medland QC from Exchange Chambers has successfully defended a teenager who has been cleared of murder after killing her mother. Rebecca Durkin, 19, from Southport ...

Read More


Success for Nick Johnson working with UK, US and Greek lawyers in Athens
21 July 2014

Nick Johnson, one of Exchange Chambers' fraud specialists, has been working closely with UK and international lawyers (Howard & Byrne, York; Willkie Farr & Gallagher, New York; Anagnostopoulos, Athens) as part of a continuing investigation into alleged corrupt practices in the Greek pharmaceutical industry. ...

Read More


Jason MacAdam represents doctor facing misconduct allegations
18 July 2014

Jason MacAdam from Exchange Chambers,  instructed by the MPS before the MPTS Fitness to Practise Panel, has represented a doctor facing misconduct allegations. The majority of allegations were admitted and insight on the part of the doctor was established. The GMC sought erasure as the appropriate s...

Read More


Jason MacAdam represents consultant surgeon
18 July 2014

Jason MacAdam from Exchange Chambers, instructed by Berrymans on behalf of the MPS, has represented a consultant surgeon at a Coroner’s Inquest. Despite submissions made by the family's solicitor to the Coroner that a conclusion of gross negligence should be recorded, the Coroner acceded to Mr MacAdam's sub...

Read More


Large scale conspiracy to supply heroin
17 July 2014

Imran Shafi from Exchange Chambers acted for one of ten defendants in a large scale conspiracy to supply heroin trial Bradford Crown Court – Operation Exbridge. No further evidence was offered against his client on day two of a six week trial. He is, as yet, the only person acquitted in this trial....

Read More


Boyfriend found Not Guilty of role in baby’s death
16 July 2014

Benjamin Myers QC defended Darren Butterfield who was tried at Preston Crown Court for his part in the death of TG, aged 7 weeks.  TG had died from severe injures as a result of being shaken.   The case was brought against Mr. Butterfield, his girlfriend and a ...

Read More


Imran Shafi defends in money laundering case
10 July 2014

Imran Shafi, a barrister from Exchange Chambers, has acted for a gran who was spared jail after taking part in an international money laundering conspiracy.  Khalida Sheikh allowed son-in-law Nouman Tariq to use her bank safety deposit box to store money. Unknown to her, Tariq was at the centre of a gangland...

Read More


Peter plans for the future with career change
7 July 2014

One of the property industry’s leading planning advisers has switched careers and joined Exchange Chambers as a barrister. ...

Read More


Exchange Chambers barristers act in international cyber-fraud case
7 July 2014

Barristers from Exchange Chambers have acted for the defendants in an international cyber-fraud plot. ...

Read More


Imran Shafi defends in money laundering case
7 July 2014

Imran Shafi, a barrister from Exchange Chambers, has acted for a gran who was spared jail after taking part in an international money laundering cons...

Read More


Mitchell Reinterpreted: Court of Appeal’s new guidance handed down today: book now for seminar
4 July 2014

The Court of Appeal has today handed down its judgment in three conjoined appeals, seeking to give authoritative new guidance on relief from sanctions. This is a significant and important decision affecting the conduct of civil litigation. What is the guidance, will it work in practice and does it cure the ills b...

Read More