Alexandra is an experienced advocate, mediator, trainer and collaborative lawyer. She delivers the depth of legal knowledge you would expect with an unusual creativity to finding solutions as unique as your family. Her approach is proactive and aimed at achieving fair settlement at the earliest possible opportunity. She is passionate about the importance of effective and constructive communication.
Alexandra qualified as a solicitor in 1997. She gained invaluable experience working on high profile cases in "magic circle" firms in London between 1995 and 2001 before joining the no 1 ranked family law team at Manches in 2001 where she rose to Partner. She left 10 years later to set up her own Lawyer Mediation Practice in 2011 whilst continuing to act as a Consultant with specialist firm Moss Fallon before realising her long held ambition to set up her own specialist legal Practice in 2017.
“Approachable and empathetic ... a combination of flawless professionalism and personal humanity”
Family lawyer in London and Oxford since 1995
– now Principal of Alexandra Lewis Family Law.
FMC accredited financial and children mediator, authorised to conduct Mediation Information and Assessment Meetings, to consult with children in mediation and to conduct hybrid mediation.
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- Psychology graduate (BSc hons) London University 1989
- Ealing College CPE 1990
- Guildford College of Law LPC 1992
- Post Graduate Diploma in Therapeutic Models & Techniques (Regents College) 1999
- Family finance and children issues mediator 2003
- Resolution accredited specialist in advanced financial provision and private children law 2003
- Resolution trained collaborative lawyer since 2004
- Post Graduate Certificate in Applied Systemic Theory 2005 (UEA & Tavistock)
- Therapeutic Mediation in Practice: Institute of Family Therapy 2006
- CAOS Conflict Coach 2011
- Brief Solution Focused Therapy 2016
- Relational Mediation and the Parental Alliance 2019
- Direct Consultation with Children (refresher) 2020
- Hybrid mediation 2021
Alexandra has featured in Sunday Times and Evening Standard, and on BBC Crossing Divides: