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    Alex Walmsley


    Property Litigation

    Professional Background:

    After acquiring A-Levels at Runshaw College in Law, Philosophy and Spanish, Alex went on to study law at the University of the West of England in Bristol, where he achieved a 2:1 degree. It was during his time at University that Alex began to take an interest in Commercial and Corporate law.

    This carried through to Alex’s postgraduate studies where he completed the Legal Practice Course at the University of Law in Bristol, completing electives in Mergers and Acquisitions, Commercial Dispute Resolution and Family Law. Along with this, Alex also obtained a Master of Science (MSc) degree in Law, Business and Management. This additional qualification has provided Alex with a terrific commercial awareness regarding the key objectives and priorities of commercial and corporate clients.

    Personal Interests:

    Alex has always been a great fan of sports, with a passion for watching football, particularly his boyhood club Manchester United, as well as Formula One, golf and tennis. He plays a lot of golf and football in his spare time, even representing the University of Law football team on numerous occasions, and also loves to keep fit in the gym.

    Alex’s other big passion in life is music, having played the guitar and sang from a young age and performed in various bars and restaurants over the years. During his time at university, he ran a karaoke night at a bar in Bristol, so is the never one to now shy away from a karaoke night.


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