Alex is a senior associate in the firm's projects team. He has developed a broad range of experience working for both public and private sector clients on a range of commercial matters including:

  • outsourcing 
  • major projects
  • procurement 
  • technology and communications 
  • general contractual work

Alex is a member of the Procurement Lawyer Association.

  • Advised a major public cloud provider on a wide range of commercial matters and provided procurement advice in relation to a number of high profile tender submissions during a nine month secondment into the company's public sector team that covered the EMEA region.
  • Advising a number of local authorities, including Sunderland City Council and Birmingham Children’s Trust, on the establishment of "spin out" company to be used to provide children's services on behalf of that local authority.
  • Advised the Department of Health & Social Care (and subsequently the UK Health Security Agency) on its £multi-billion procurement of Covid-19 lateral flow rapid testing technology on both procurement and contractual issues.
  • Advised Translink on the design and implementation of a competitive dialogue for the selection of a master developer for the £300m+ Weavers Cross redevelopment in Belfast (the largest transport development ever undertaken in NI).
  • Advised Transport for Wales on contractual arrangements in relation to the £3-5 billion Wales and Cross-Border Rail Franchise.
  • Advised on the procurement aspects of the Local Government Pension Scheme’s tender for a Global Fund Adviser for the management of its global real estate investment portfolio totalling £1bn - £1.5bn.
  • Undertook a nine month secondment with a Major International Defence Company which involved supporting on a wide range of commercial matters during the height of the pandemic.
  • Advised Arts Council England on the procurement and contract aspects of three strategic procurements and also reviewed and updated their template procurement documentation and terms and conditions.