Alexander Pritchard-Jones

Call - 2015 Joined Chambers - 2016
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Alex has a broad practice in the fields of business and property law, crime and regulation. He has experience of a wide range of fields, including commercial claims, complex landlord and tenant disputes, criminal prosecution and defence, and regulatory matters. Where necessary, he can advise on the public law aspects of claims.

His busy practice spans the Crown and County Courts, and the High Court, as well as specialist tribunals such as the First Tier Tribunal. Alex likes to advise early on in a case, to work with his solicitors and clients to ensure the case is ready from the start. That said, his ability to think on his feet means he can pick up a brief at short notice and put matters back on track.


Bar Professional Training Course, Kaplan Law School, Very Competent, July 2014

Graduate Diploma in Law, College of Law, Commendation, July 2012

Master of Studies in Modern British History, St. Hugh’s College, Oxford University, July 2011

History and Politics BA (Hons), First class, Newcastle University, July 2009


Criminal Bar Association

Midlands Circuit

Recent Cases

Business and Property:

Duchy Farm Kennels Limited v Steels [2020] EWHC 1208 (QB) – Alex Pritchard-Jones appears in an important case about the effect of breaches of confidentiality clauses contained within settlement agreements.


R v Hilson & McCarthy [2019] EWHC 1110 (Admin) – Alexander Pritchard-Jones appeared in an important case about the use of publicly available information in the context of criminal harassment.



Ceredigion County Council v Robinson & Ors [2020] EWHC 3425 (Admin): Alex appeared in an important case about breaches of enforcement notices under section 179 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990.



Middle Temple, 2014 Queen Mother Scholar

Kaplan Law School, 2014 Advocacy Scholar

Middle Temple, 2012 Lord Diplock Scholar

Coleshill Grammar School Fund Recipient, 2012

Further Information

Prior to joining the Bar, Alexander gained several years of commercial legal experience working with JP Morgan Chase as a KYC Analyst where he worked in the department responsible for over-seeing of the anti-money laundering and other regulation of foreign correspondent banks, hedge funds and corporations.

Prior to that he was with the Lloyds Banking Group as an Analyst working on the regulator initiated remediation of fixed rate loans and interest rate hedging products.

Alexander’s experience in criminal law was gained whilst working as Police Station Representative and Fee Earner for GT Stewart Solicitors.  With both of these positions, he was taking instructions or representing clients on such cases as murder, rape, large scale drug importation, terrorism, fire arms offences, people trafficking and robbery, as well as lesser drugs, assault and driving offences.

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