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Before joining Chambers, Alex studied Philosophy and Politics at the University of Southampton. She completed the GDL and BPTC at the University of Law. She is a Benefactors Scholar of the Middle Temple and received the Kalisher Internship Award in recognition of her potential to succeed at the Bar.

Alex joined Chambers in September 2016 after successful completion of her pupillage. During pupillage Alex gained experience in all of Chambers’ practice areas. She hopes to develop a broad civil practice and is a member of all of Chambers’ practice groups. Alex’s particular interests lie in counter-fraud – having   assisted with legal research in the landmark case of Zurich v Hayward [2016] UKSC 48 – clinical negligence, industrial disease and housing matters.

Alex is robust in oral and written advocacy: she was awarded the BPTC Advocacy Prize for obtaining the highest marks in her graduating year at Bar School. Alex won the No5 Chambers Advocacy Competition 2014. She was a finalist and semi-finalist, respectively, in the GDL and BPTC University of Law mooting competitions. Before joining the Bar, Alex worked at the Criminal Cases Review Commission where she drafted submissions to the Ministry of Justice on proposed legislative changes to the law of joint enterprise.

Away from the Bar, Alex enjoys travel, yoga and she has a love of wildlife. She works closely with KIIDs Trust, a charity based in India, to which she provides pro bono legal advice and support.

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