Alecsandra is an experienced advocate in regulatory and professional discipline cases, crime and general litigation. She also has experience of advising in international policy matters.
For the last 2 years Alecsandra has been exclusively conducting advocacy in regulatory and professional discipline cases on behalf of Kingsley Napley LLP in their Regulatory team. She has extensive experience of regulatory and professional discipline cases.
From January 2016, Alecsandra was a solicitor-advocate undertaking general crime, Police station work and defending in private prosecution cases. In 2018, Alecsandra cross-qualifed to the Bar.
Professional Panel Appointments
- CPS Advocate Panel Member Grade 2.
- 2017 - July 2019: Kingsley Napley, Barrister within Professional Regulatory Team.
- January 2017 - August 2017: Freelance Solicitor-Advocate.
- 2016 - 2017: Clive Rees and Associates, Solicitor-Advocate (Crime).
- 2014 - 2015: Policy advisor for the Law Societies Joint Brussels office.
Alecsandra is an highly capable criminal advocate and barrister.
She has specialist experience of private prosecution work and has knowledge of quasi criminal and regulatory proceedings.
Alecsandra has extensive experience of Regulatory and Professional discipline cases.
Her practice in regulatory and professional discipline extends to both prosecuting and defending registrants. She is noted for sensitive witness handling, ably navigating paper heavy case loads and highly effective cross examination.
Cases of Note
HCPC v J 
Successfully prosecuting a dishonest paramedic who held herself out to have critical care skills when this was not the case leading to removal of the registrant from the register.
FRC v R 
Representing a farrier who had the potential to be struck-off following a conviction for animal cruelty offences. Successfully mitigated to a 2 month suspension order.
HCPC v S 
Successfully prosecuting a paramedic who had been holding himself out as having the authority to prescribe, and had been working in walk-in clinics for a number of years, leading to their erasure from the register.
HCPC v M 
Successfully prosecuting a fraud amounting to misuse of £150k of Government money, which had been provided for the set-up and establishment of a paramedic team to respond to terrorist attacks.
HCPC v J 
Successfully prosecuting a paramedic who failed to undertake a proper assessment of a mental health patient who later that evening set her home on fire, killing her father.
R v P 
Successfully defending a suspected arsonist, where the defendant, who was alleged to have set a van outside a home on fire, had been captured by CCTV
R v J 
Successfully defending a retrial for GBH where there had been a hung jury in the first trial, having had no involvement in the original trial
RSPCA v McCormick and ors  EWHC 928 (Admin)
Acting for the successful respondent in a leading animal welfare act case.