Alice qualified as a solicitor in 2017, and joined Russells in 2018 from international law firm Ashurst LLP. Prior to training as a solicitor, Alice interned at the Media Legal Defence Initiative assisting with cross-jurisdictional cases on privacy and media freedom.
Alice acts for a variety of clients across the creative industries and is equally at home acting for an individual as she is for a large company. She advises on a wide variety of matters reflecting the diversity of her clients’ businesses, needs and interests. Her practice includes intellectual property, contractual disputes, company and partnership disputes, and reputation management/privacy.
Alice increasingly advises on the interplay between the digital world and the creative industries, including in relation to NFTs, the metaverse and generative AI.
Her case highlights since joining Russells include:
Alice volunteers as a supervisor at the Law for the Arts pro bono clinic at Queen Mary Legal Advice Centre and has acted as a member of our Diversity and Inclusion Committee.
“If you can’t get rid of the skeleton in your closet, you’d better teach it to dance.”
– George Bernard Shaw
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