Latest News

Exchange Chambers issues statement on CBA deal
28 March 2014

Exchange Chambers has distanced itself from the agreement announced yesterday between the government and the Criminal Bar Association. In a statement issued today, Exchange Chambers said: “As a Chambers, we do not endorse the agreement the CBA has made with the MoJ.  “Individual b...

Read More


Michael Lavery prosecutes ill-treatment of patient case
26 March 2014

Michael Lavery a criminal barrister from Exchange Chambers has prosecuted two carers secretly filmed slapping, jabbing and humiliating a brain-damaged patient as he lay groaning in bed. Footage shows Rita Page, 68, and Lynette Cro...

Read More


Exchange Chambers Barristers Secure Murder Verdict in Jahangir Nazar Trial
21 March 2014

A husband who stabbed his wife to death has been found guilty of murder in a high profile case prosecuted by John Jones QC and Adrian Farrow from Exchange Chambers. Mum-of-two Farkhanda Younis, known to friends as Jabeen, was...

Read More


Michael Lavery acts in no returns policy case
21 March 2014

Michael Lavery a criminal barrister from Exchange Chambers acted for the defendant, Bennett, in the custody time limit case in relation to the availability of Counsel during the no returns policy of the Criminal Bar Association. T...

Read More


Breaking Bad-style case for Richard Littler
17 March 2014

Richard Littler, a barrister at Exchange Chambers, has acted for the defendant, Polish Chemistry Professor Ryszard Jakubczyk,  in a case compared to cult TV series Breaking Bad by the tabloid press. For further details please click here: ...

Read More


Exchange Chambers barristers in fraud by abuse of position trial
10 March 2014

Steve McNally and Michael Lavery, barristers at Exchange Chambers, have acted for the prosecution and defence in the trial of an NHS administrator who bought £160,000 of printer cartridges with publi...

Read More


Michael Lavery secures not guilty verdict for Anita Cregan
10 March 2014

Michael Lavery from Exchange Chambers has acted for Anita Cregan, who has been cleared of aiding and abetting misconduct in public office. The jury took three hours to clear 56-year-old Mrs Cregan and two others - Greater Manchester Police call han...

Read More


Dr P v Dr J
4 March 2014

Jason MacAdam from Exchange Chambers, instructed by BLM on behalf of the claimant has recently obtained an ex parte injunction in the High Court under the Protection from Harassment Act 1997 against another doctor....

Read More


Jason MacAdam defends police officer in misconduct hearing
4 March 2014

Jason MacAdam, a barrister at Exchange Chambers, defended a serving police officer who was alleged to have taken prohibited drugs, anabolic steroids. The evidence presented to the panel was the subject of successful challenge on the basis of non conformation with Force protocols ...

Read More