Alex focuses predominantly on resolving commercial and competition disputes.
Alex offers experience in a range of matters including financial disputes and commercial litigation, as well as expertise in climate change-related governance and legal issues.
Alex joined Hausfeld in July 2023, after working as a lawyer at the Commonwealth Climate and Law Initiative, an NGO specialising in research and education on existing corporate and financial laws and how they pertain to climate risk. Before that, he was an Associate in the Dispute Resolution team at Slaughter and May, including a secondment as a judicial assistant at the High Court and Court of Appeal.
Alex has worked with a wide range of UK and international corporates, as well as with a number of civil society entities.
LLB (Hon) Law Degree, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Legal Practice Course (accelerated) with LL.M, the University of Law London
Graduate Diploma in Law, the University of Law London
Solicitor, England and Wales, 2019
Solicitor, Ireland, 2019
Alex has presented to audiences on climate change and existing corporate and financial laws, including to the Institutes of Directors of the UK, Malaysia and the Philippines.
Recent publications Alex has co-authored include:
- Commonwealth Climate and Law Initiative, Fiduciary Duties and Climate Change in the United States (October 2021).
- Commonwealth Climate and Law Initiative, The Development of the ISSB Sustainability Standards: What does it mean for directors’ legal duties? (July 2022).
- “Rewilding: A legal perspective”, Routledge Handbook of Rewilding, ed. Sally Hawkins, Ian Convery, Steve Carver, Rene Beyers (November 2022).