Alex enjoys a busy and fast-paced practice, focusing on personal injury, clinical negligence, inquests and industrial disease. She is regularly instructed in high-value and complex cases, with a skill for unpicking challenging issues of medical causation and knotty factual disputes.
Robust in oral and written advocacy, Alex’s practice includes a healthy mix of Claimant and Defendant work. She prides herself on being balanced and approachable to both professional and lay clients.
With an eye for detail, Alex is adept at working her way through voluminous documents and conducting conferences with experts across a range of disciplines.
Alex assisted with legal research in the landmark case of Zurich -v- Hayward  AC 142. She regularly advises and provides representation in cases involving allegations of fraud or fundamental dishonesty.
Before coming to the Bar, Alex worked in a busy clinical negligence team at a firm of solicitors. She has also worked for the Criminal Cases Review Commission, where she drafted submissions to the Ministry of Justice on proposed legislative changes to the law of joint enterprise.
Alex studied Philosophy and Politics at the University of Southampton. She completed the GDL and BPTC at the University of Law, where she was awarded the BPTC Advocacy Prize for obtaining the highest advocacy marks in her year. She is a Benefactors’ Scholar of the Middle Temple and received the Kalisher Internship Award in recognition in of her potential to succeed at the Bar.
Away from the Bar, Alex enjoys travel, yoga and wine.