Seventeen barristers from Exchange Chambers named on Attorney General’s Regional Panel
March 12, 2020
A record seventeen barristers from Exchange Chambers have been named on the Attorney General’s Regional Panel.
The Attorney General’s panel of counsel consists of junior counsel who undertake civil and EU work for all government departments. It is administered by the Government Legal Department (GLD).
Louis Browne QC from Exchange Chambers is also on the GLD’s list of Queen’s Counsel who have previously been instructed by departments or have expressed an interest in receiving instructions. Being on the list draws attention to a QC’s willingness to undertake government work.
The full breakdown of barristers from Exchange Chambers named on the latest panel is as follows:
North Eastern Circuit
Said Tom Handley, Chief Executive at Exchange Chambers:
“Members of Chambers have a longstanding history acting for government departments and we are proud to see so many of our barristers appointed to the Attorney General’s Panel this time around.
“These appointments further strengthen Chambers’ position as a leading provider of high-quality counsel for government work.”