Alex joined Farrar’s Building in 2023, after successfully completing his pupillage in all of Chambers’ core areas of expertise, including personal injury and clinical negligence.
After finishing the Bar Practice Training Course in 2019, Alex worked for the Infected Blood Inquiry and as a volunteer representative for the Cleaners and Allied Independent Workers Union. In 2020 Alex moved to Citizens Advice where he set up and led the Employment Law Advice Service, a project for supporting non-unionized employees in London with employment disputes during the COVID pandemic.
Alex’s duties included: advising clients with a wide variety of Employment Tribunal claims; drafting pleadings, applications and witness statements; representing clients in the Employment Tribunal; and negotiating settlements. By September 2022 Alex’s team of 4 had advised over 900 clients and obtained a long term funding contract from a large charitable trust.
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2019: Bar Practice Training Course (BPTC), City Law School
2018: Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL), City University of London
2016: BA Politics, University of Cambridge
Scholarships & Prizes
Certificate of Honour for Outstanding BPTC results, Middle Temple
2018: Astbury Scholarship for the BPTC, Middle Temple
Alex enjoys visiting galleries, DIY and crafts and is a keen cook. Alex also mentors aspiring law students at a school in East London in his free time.