Alexandra Khan joined Hickman & Rose’s Serious and General Crime Department in August 2021. Prior to doing so she worked in the fraud and complex crime department of a busy legal aid firm. She has also worked as a mental health paralegal, where she often represented forensic mental health clients and advocated for their discharge from section.
Alexandra graduated with a BA in History from King’s College London in 2017. She was awarded an Advocacy Scholarship to undertake her BPTC and was called to the Bar in July 2021.
Alexandra has undertaken various volunteering and pro bono roles including being a mentor for Vocalise, an initiative which involved teaching prison inmates key debating skills, volunteering for the National Centre for Domestic Violence, and participating in the Junior Lawyers Against Poverty Homeless Outreach programme.