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Alexandra Carn

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Edwin Coe LLP

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Alexandra joined Edwin Coe in January 2003 and was made partner in 2009.

Alexandra has particular expertise in matters relating to the financial services, acting for both PRA and FCA regulated individuals and companies. She has a wealth of experience from both sides in Employment Tribunal and High Court claims in a range of matters including unfair dismissal, discrimination, breach of contract and restrictive covenants. Alexandra also provides advice on non-contentious matters relating to corporate transactions, including collective redundancies and TUPE.

Alexandra also advises on related company law matters including directors’ duties, shareholders’ disputes, employee benefit schemes and regulatory issues.


Clarke Willmott 1999 – 2003, Edwin Coe 2003 to date. Partner 2010.


  • Employment Lawyers Association
  • The Law Society 


University College London (BA), College of Law (CPE and LPC).


Aerobics, reading.

London: Human resources

Employment: employers and senior executives

Within: Employment: employers and senior executives

Edwin Coe LLP’s practice handles a range of discrimination, equal pay and regulatory matters for employers and senior executives. The β€˜particularly impressive’ Alexandra Carn assisted Duet Asset Management with due diligence and TUPE matters arising from its acquisition of Leo Funds, including exit negotiations concerning key senior individuals and the preparation of new service agreements. Clients single out β€˜very knowledgeable expert’ Linky Trott, who β€˜cuts through complex issues’ and β€˜produces fantastic results’. The practice is led by Rachel Harrap, who often represents directors and senior executives before the Employment Tribunal and High Court.

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