Further expansion for Exchange Chambers in Leeds as it welcomes two new tenants

August 15, 2016

Exchange Chambers has continued its expansion in Leeds by welcoming Fiona Clancy and Rachel Webster.

Fiona Clancy was called to the Bar in 2013 and joins Exchange Chambers from 37 Park Square Chambers.  Her expansive practice covers criminal law, prison law, healthcare, police law and inquests.

Personal injury specialist Rachel Webster joins Exchange Chambers as a probationary tenant from Lyons Davidson Solicitors.  The move to the Bar represents change in direction for Rachel who will practise as a barrister having originally qualified as a solicitor.

Commenting on her decision to join Exchange Chambers, Fiona Clancy said:

“Exchange Chambers has a well-deserved reputation for excellence. I am looking forward to being part of a progressive set with high quality work and geographic coverage over three Northern cities. Moving to Exchange Chambers presents an excellent opportunity to work with the best advocates and develop my practice.”

Rachel Webster commented:

“Exchange Chambers is a forward-thinking, client-focused set of Chambers.

“Members at all levels are undertaking quality work on a daily basis.  I feel very privileged to be part of such a formidable set and I am very excited to join.”

Welcoming Fiona and Rachel to Exchange Chambers, Director of Chambers, Tom Handley said:

“It is a busy time for Chambers and we are continuing to expand across all practice areas and levels of seniority.  Further growth in Leeds is very much on our agenda.”