Alex is supervised by Grace Brown and Helen Curtis and plans to build a practice in Public Law, Immigration and Court of Protection.
Prior to pupillage Alex taught Public Law at the LSE and Queen Mary, worked as a Judicial Assistant at the Court of Appeal and as a senior caseworker at a legal aid law firm. Alex also volunteered as an advocate in immigration bail hearings for Bail for Immigration Detainees.
Alex is a regular contributor to Free Movement.
'The Hardial Singh principles and the Principle of Legality’, Public Law (forthcoming)
‘Immigration bail: focus’, Legal Action 2020, Oct, 26-27
‘A comparison of the Hardial Singh principles and article 5(1)(f) ECHR’, Journal of Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law, 2020, 34(3), 236-253
‘Why the proposed changes to asylum legal aid fees are unlawful’, U.K. Const. L. Blog (23rd June 2020)
‘Helicopter Money: Could the government force the Bank of England to print money?’, U.K. Const. L. Blog (15th April 2020)
‘Vulnerable Detainees in Prison Illustrate the Need for Consistency as a Ground of Review’, U.K. Const. L. Blog (24th Feb 2020)
Lord Denning BPTC Scholarship, Lincoln's Inn
Advocacy BPTC Scholarship, BPP
William Charnley LLM Scholarship, Hughes Hall, University of Cambridge
Lord Brougham GDL Scholarship, Lincoln's Inn
LLM, University of Cambridge, First Class
GDL, City Law School, Distinction
BA Philosophy, Politics and Economics, University of Oxford, First Class
Administrative Law Bar Association
UK Constitutional Law Association