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Duncan Lewis Solicitors

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Alex Peebles

Work 02031141218
Duncan Lewis Solicitors

Work Department

Court of Protection


Alex is a director in the public law and court of protections department at Duncan Lewis Solicitors. He advises across a broad range of matters, including cases involving mental capacity and disputes in the Court of Protection, regulatory and fitness to practice cases in regulatory tribunals and by way of judicial review, inquests and inquiries and GDPR or Data Protection matters.

Alex also has significant experience in handling tax disputes, including VAT and income tax matters as well as IR35 matters in the tax tribunal by way of judicial review.

 He has extensive experience representing clients in the tax tribunal, the High Court, Court of Appeal, European Court of Human Rights and the Court of Protection.


Alex qualified as a solicitor in 2008 and joined Duncan Lewis Solicitors in March 2017 after working for several firms in Newcastle. He was made a partner-level director in July 2018.


Alex completed his LPC at Northumbria University. Prior he achieved a 2:1 in his LLB at Newcastle University.

London: Private client

Court of protection

Within: Court of protection

Duncan Lewis Solicitors fields a ‘team that is quick to respond’. Key contacts are Rachel Caswell , Jemma Garside  and Toufique Hossain . It has a multi-disciplinary team that collaborates with its experts from its mental capacity, mental health, community care, clinical negligence and public law departments. Alex Peebles  and Helen Cummings  are both ‘personable and client-focused but with a keen eye on the law, strategy and procedure to ensure the very best outcome for their clients’.

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