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QEB Hollis Whiteman
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Alexandra Felix undertakes a combination of prosecution and defence work in fraud and general serious crime as a led and a leading junior and often in high-profile cases. She also undertakes regulatory work, both prosecuting and defending, in a variety of tribunals. Her approach to her work is rigorous, detailed and meticulous. Her diverse criminal practice ranges from the prosecution of crimes of violence, organised crime, immigration offences and frauds, to the defence in high value frauds, money laundering and violent offences (including murder, S.18, rape). She has recently defended in a high profile multi handed money laundering case with a background of corruption, prosecuted alone a serious blackmail case at the Central Criminal Court and has particular experience of defending police officers in criminal trials. Her regulatory and disciplinary tribunal work includes representation at the General Medical Council, the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal (where she led the defence of multiple partners), the General Dental Council, the General Social Care Council, the Nursing and Midwifery Council and the Police Disciplinary and Appeals Tribunals. She also has experience of Judicial Review arising out of tribunal decisions.
Called 1999, Middle Temple. Alexandra was an academic prior to her call to the Bar.
Criminal Bar Association; Fraud Lawyers Association, British Sports Law Association; South Eastern Circuit; Association of Regulatory & Disciplinary Lawyers; registered with the Bar Council Public Access Directory; Public Access Bar Association.
Lawyer Rankings(2021 Silks) Ranked: Tier
QEB Hollis Whiteman ‘has a long tradition of presenting cases for healthcare regulators and its members demonstrate the concomitant strength in depth and experience‘, although, like the set’s criminal presence (which positions it well for parallel criminal and regulatory investigations), its members do not exclusively prosecute. Selva Ramasamy QC represents the General Dental Council (GDC) in a case against a self-representing dentist, who facing a lengthy charge sheet, is alleged to have attempted to burgle files from the GDC’s solicitors, Blake Morgan LLP. Before the same regulator, Alexandra Felix successfully defended the founder of sports mouthguard manufacturer Opro; the regulator alleged that the fitting of the guards amounted to practising dentistry.