Eddison Flint becomes full member of Chambers
November 5, 2019
Exchange Chambers is delighted to announce that Eddison Flint has been voted in as a full member of Chambers.
Prior to joining Chambers, Eddison, who was called to the Bar in 2015, worked for a National Civil Law firm before joining the Crown Prosecution Service as a Pupil Barrister.
Since joining Chambers, Eddison has developed a busy practice spanning criminal, civil and regulatory work and recently defended a man who pointed a laser into the cockpit of a West Yorkshire Police helicopter, sparing him of an immediate prison sentence.
Eddison regularly acts for both Prosecution and Defence in trials and interlocutory hearings in both the Magistrates and Crown Courts. His day to day practice involves representing both prosecution and defence in a variety of matters including assault offences, drug offences, theft offences, fraud offences, motoring offences and confiscation and enforcement proceedings.
Eddison has acted as junior counsel for both Prosecution and Defence in large multi-handed cases involving Conspiracy to Murder, Perverting the Course of Public Justice and Violent Disorder.
In Civil, Eddison regularly attends Stage 3 hearings and small claims for Claimant and Defendant. He also has an interest in regulatory work having appeared in matters involving the RSPCA, the DVLA and local planning authorities.
Eddison Flint is based at Exchange’s Leeds Chambers.