is a managing associate in Linklaters’ trade law practice. His work covers trade disputes, commercial and investment arbitration, and public law litigation. He represents both governments' and private sector clients, and spent much of 2018 and 2019 on secondment at the UK Department for International Trade, where he was part of the team responsible for establishing the new Trade Remedies Authority. He also teaches courses on trade and investment law for the UK Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office’s Diplomatic Academy. Before joining Linklaters, Alex served on the staff of various Members of Parliament in Australia and worked at the International Court of Arbitration at the ICC in Paris.
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