Alexander Rayner is an associate in the Arbitration and Litigation Practice Group in the London office of Kirkland & Ellis International LLP.
Alexander focuses primarily on international arbitration and commercial litigation, where he represents a range of clients in both institutional and ad hoc dispute resolution processes. Alexander also advises clients on white-collar, corporate crime and regulatory matters, including assisting clients with M&A transactions, internal investigations and the implementation of compliance programmes.
“When can a company's shareholders and creditors claim against third parties? Reflective loss following the Supreme Court's decision in Marex,” Corporate Rescue and Insolvency, October 2020, Co-authors Kate Stephenson and Harkiran Hothi
“Great Station Properties v UMS Holding Limited: a continuation of the English courts’ pro arbitration approach,” Practical Law Arbitration Blog, February 2018, Co-author Chiraag Shah
Admissions & Qualifications
- 2018, Admitted to Practice as a Solicitor of England and Wales
- The University of Law, London BloomsburyM.Sc., Law, Business and Management2016Distinction
- Hughes Hall, University of CambridgeGraduate Diploma in Economics2014
- University of BirminghamGraduate Diploma in Law2013
- London School of Economics and Political ScienceB.Sc., Economic History with EconomicsFirst Class Honours2012