Alfred practises in the complementary and overlapping areas of:
- Commercial Litigation
- Commercial Fraud
- Data Breach and Privacy
- Public Law/JR
- Professional Negligence
He has a strong reputation as a trial advocate who represents his clients’ interests fearlessly. He is also comfortable working on big ticket work as a team in conjunction with solicitors and Leading Counsel. His service standards are excellent, and he builds a strong rapport with Solicitors and lay clients.
Alfred has been a member of the Attorney-General’s Regional Panel since November 2012.
His skillset and expertise are built on a solid foundation of academic excellence. Alfred originally read History at Churchill College, Cambridge, where he received a First Class Degree. He subsequently pursued an Mphil in History, also at Cambridge, before converting to Law and the Bar.
Alfred spends his spare time with his wife and three young children, as well watching his football team as often as he can, and walking his dog.