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Exchange Chambers

Chambers of Bill Braithwaite QC

201 DEANSGATE, MANCHESTER, M3 3NW, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 0845 300 7747
Fax:
Fax 0161 833 2789
DX:
14207 LIVERPOOL
Email:
Web:
www.exchangechambers.co.uk
Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester

Adrian Farrow

Tel:
Work 0161 833 2722
Email:
Web:
www.exchangechambers.co.uk/people/adrian-farrow/
Exchange Chambers (Chambers of Bill Braithwaite QC)

Work Department

Criminal; Regulatory

Position

Adrian Farrow’s practice encompasses the full range of criminal offences and his regulatory work particularly centres around health and safety breaches. His background as a solicitor (qualified in 1985, and called to the Bar in 1997) makes him approachable and accessible both to instructing solicitors and clients alike. He balances his defence and prosecution practice in as near equal measure as he can.

Adrian is happy to be instructed as sole junior, leading junior led or, whether through public funding or on a private client basis. Whilst he is based on the northern circuit, he accepts cases across the whole of England and Wales.

His reputation is for hard work and attention to detail, giving practical and sensible advice at all stages of the case. In Health and Safety cases, Adrian welcomes involvement at the pre-summons stage.

 

Career

Called 1997; Registered Pupil Supervisor

Member

  • Criminal Bar Association
  • Law Society (admitted as Solicitor 1985)
  • Health and Safety Lawyers Association
  • Association of Regulatory and Disciplinary Lawyers

Education

  • Leicester University LLB (Hons) 1981
  • College of Law (Chester) 1982
  • Inn: Middle Temple (1997)


Regional Bar : Northern Circuit

Regulatory, health and safety, and licensing

Within: Regulatory, health and safety, and licensing – Leading juniors

Adrian Farrow - Exchange ChambersPast work includes fatal accidents and breaches of health and safety regulations.

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