Exchange Chambers bolsters Leeds expansion with new hire

Previously, Roth held several director roles at the Leeds Law Society and also chaired the small firms’ division at the Law Society.

Exchange Chambers has continued its expansion in Leeds with the hire of its former solicitor, Satpal Roth, as a new member.

Roth is an experienced Crown Court advocate specialising in all aspects of criminal litigation and regulatory work, including inquests and professional discipline. She reportedly has “vast” experience in both defence and prosecution work.

During her time as a solicitor, Roth ran Kher Solicitors, a niche practice specialising in regulatory, prosecution and defence work.

She qualified as a solicitor in 2003 and became a Higher Court advocate in 2007. After deciding to switch careers, Roth was called to the Bar in 2019 and joined Cobden House Chambers.

Roth said: “Exchange Chambers is a growing Northern Powerhouse, ranked as a leading set in both crime and regulatory work.

“I feel honoured to be accepted as a member of such a dynamic Set and look forward to working alongside leading names in the criminal and regulatory field.”

Jonathan I’Anson, chief executive at Exchange Chambers, added: “We are thrilled to continue our growth in Leeds by welcoming Satpal as a new member. Satpal enjoyed an outstanding career as a solicitor and has already established a first-rate reputation at the Bar. We look forward to supporting the growth of her practice.”

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