Exchange Chambers further strengthens criminal department

September 7, 2016

Exchange Chambers has further strengthened its criminal department with the arrival of Daniel Prowse as a new member.

Called to the Bar in 2004, Daniel joins Exchange Chambers from Forbes Solicitors where he has been in-house counsel since 2008, having initially practised from Chambers in Nottingham. His practice covers all aspects of serious crime with particular experience and expertise in multi-handed, document heavy cases such as large-scale drug supply, conspiracy to commit violence and other offences (often involving firearms) and all types of fraud.  Daniel also has particular expertise in cases involving vulnerable defendants, such as youths or those with mental health problems.

Commenting on his decision to join Exchange Chambers, Daniel said:

“I’m very excited to return to the independent Bar and relish the opportunity to expand my practice at Exchange Chambers, a leading set in heavyweight crime in the North West and beyond.”

Said Tom Handley, Director of Chambers at Exchange Chambers:

“Daniel has been briefed in some of the most serious and complex cases in the North West and we are delighted to welcome him to Chambers.  With over seventy members, our criminal department is one of the largest and most successful teams in the country.”

Exchange Chambers now has over 160 members and is continuing to expand across all practice areas and locations.