Benjamin Myers appointed Queen’s Counsel
February 19, 2014
Exchange Chambers is delighted to announce that Benjamin Myers has been appointed Queen’s Counsel.
Benjamin Myers is among the 100 Queen’s Counsel appointments announced today by the independent selection panel. He will formally become a silk when he makes his declaration before the Lord Chancellor at a ceremony on 14 April 2014.
Benjamin Myers was called to the Bar in 1994 and specialises in serious crime. He has has been ranked consistently as a leading practitioner in crime in Chambers Guide to the UK Legal Profession, where he is described as a ‘polished and focused’ advocate with excellent judgement.
Chairman of the selection panel Helen Pitcher described the selection process as a ‘rigorous and demanding one’.