Queen’s Counsel, London, Bermuda, Offshore

About

Excellence in Advocacy

About

Alex Potts QC has a wide-ranging commercial litigation and arbitration practice.

Alex is admitted as both a barrister and an attorney in Bermuda, and in England and Wales (where he was appointed as a Queen's Counsel in 2018, in recognition of his excellence as a leading advocate).

Alex has previously been admitted as a barrister and attorney of the Cayman Islands, but he does not currently practice Cayman Islands law save on an ad hoc admission basis. 

With a particular focus on disputes, Alex handles matters in the fields of banking, financial services, investment funds, insurance, professional negligence, company law, contracts, trusts, white collar crime, asset recovery, and contentious insolvency; his practice also extends to matters of public, constitutional and administrative, regulatory, telecommunications, employment, planning, and environmental law.

Alex is available to accept instructions as an advocate, advisor, expert witness, arbitrator, or mediator.

Alex is also willing to provide second opinions and QC's opinions, and to conduct early neutral valuations in appropriate cases. 

 

 

Get in touch

Please get in touch if you think I may be able to assist. 

Email: alex.potts@kennedyslaw.com

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Queen's counsel and LAW FIRM partner

Alex Potts QC

Education

City University, London, Inns of Court School of Law, Bar Vocational Course, Post-Graduate Diploma in Legal Studies (Very Competent), 1999-2000

City University, London, CPE, Post-Graduate Diploma in Law (Commendation), 1998-1999

Oxford University, Exeter College, BA (Honours), English Language & Literature (Double First), Open Scholar, 1995-1998

Winchester College, Open Scholar, 1989-1994

 

Activities & Affiliations

Middle Temple (Astbury Scholar)

Bermuda Bar Association 

INSOL, RISA Bermuda (Committee Member)

COMBAR (Commercial Bar Association of England and Wales)

Chancery Bar Association of England and Wales

Chartered Institute of Arbitrators

 

Bar Admissions

England and Wales (2000, Queen's Counsel 2018)

Bermuda (2008)

Cayman Islands (2005, not currently practicing)