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I qualified as a Solicitor in November 2012 after completing my training at Buckles which included working in our Private Client, Dispute Resolution and Company Commercial departments. Prior to that, I studied law at the University of Southampton and the College of Law in London.
Now working in our Contentious Probate team, I specialise in dealing with challenges to Wills, Probate, Powers of Attorney and Trusts. My caseload also includes dealing with disputes over care home fees and NHS Continuing Healthcare matters from time to time.
I’m currently studying for the ACTAPS (Association of Contentious Trust and Probate Specialists) Associate Membership course which I hope to complete by September 2020.
I also have previous experience working with legal teams in two local authorities, including whilst on secondment from Buckles. I am also a member of ConTrA (Contentious Trusts Association).
In my spare time, I can be found playing (or trying and failing to play) badminton with a growing group on Thursday evenings. When I’m not doing that, I am a Community First Responder for the East of England Ambulance Service, responding to 999 medical emergencies in my local area and increasing awareness of early CPR and the use of publicly accessible AEDs (Automated External Defibrillators).
Alex is a Legal 500 Rising Star. A Rising Star has been defined by Legal 500 as “…associates who make a material difference to the practice.”
The Legal 500 2017/8
The Legal 500 2017/8 commends Alex as a Next Generation Lawyer describing him as ‘helpful, professional and determined.’
The Legal 500 2018/9
The Legal 500 2018/9 commends Alex as a Next Generation Lawyer describing him as 'a really sensible, hardworking and reliable operator, who is keen to achieve the best for clients.’