Alex became a Member of Chambers in October 2018 following the successful completion of his pupillage, supervised by Duncan Atkinson QC and Ben Lloyd.

He is currently on secondment to the Supreme Court as judicial assistant to Lord Carnwath and Lady Black. He will return to full-time practice in August 2019.

Alex previously worked as a civil servant, including a period at the European Commission, where he worked on human rights issues in international development. He was also an Amicus intern in Atlanta, Georgia, where he assisted in the defence of clients potentially facing the death penalty. He has a BA from the University of Oxford and an MSc from the London School of Economics. Alex was a Major Scholar of Inner Temple and during his BPTC year he taught EU law at BPP Law School. He wrote a winning entry to the Bar Council Law Reform Essay Competition in 2015 and has contributed to the 4th edition of Miller on Contempt.


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15 October

New Members of Chambers

Chambers are delighted to welcome Alex du Sautoy and Vincent Scully as new Members of Chambers following the successful completion of their pupillage.