Alice Hawker is a barrister at Selborne Chambers. She regularly appears on Property, Chancery and Commercial matters in her own right and has also assisted in appeals to the Court of Appeal.
Alice has been involved in the Cayman Islands’ litigation AHAB v Saad: a multi-billion dollar claim between Saudi family conglomerates involving allegations of fraud arising from one of the largest corporate collapses of the credit crunch. Alice was also instructed as junior counsel on a multi-million pound professional negligence claim in the Chancery Division of the High Court, involving underlying questions of adverse possession and easements.
Before starting life at the Bar, Alice was a Judicial Assistant at the Court of Appeal working primarily for Lord Justice Moore-Bick, the Vice President of the Civil Division where she worked on a variety of complex appeals.
EducationBA (Hons) (Law with Legal Studies in Europe) Magdalen College, Oxford UniversityBPTC (Very Competent) BPP
MembershipsChancery Bar AssociationProperty Bar Association