Professional practice

Felix has a broad commercial practice in line with Chambers’ profile. He has a particular interest in commercial litigation, arbitration, insurance, investment treaty disputes and shipping.

Felix graduated with a first class degree from the University of Oxford and went on to obtain a distinction on the BCL. He was then awarded a Kennedy scholarship to study for the LLM at Harvard University.

 

Education

2013-2014 BPTC, BPP Law School

2012-2013 LLM, Harvard University

2009-2010 BCL, Merton College, Oxford (Distinction)

2005-2008 BA in Jurisprudence, Merton College, Oxford (First Class, ranked ninth in year)

 

 

Career

2016 Tenant at Essex Court Chambers, following completion of pupillage with David Scorey Q.C.

2015-2016 Pupillage at Essex Court Chambers

2014-2014 Pupillage at Blackstone Chambers

2014 Called to the Bar, Lincoln’s Inn

2012 Researcher for the Constitution Society

Awards

2013 Dean’s Scholar in global governance, Harvard University

Chadbourne & Parke MENA Fellow

Hardwicke Entrance Award, Lincoln’s Inn

2012 Kennedy Scholarship

Lord Mansfield Scholarship, Lincoln’s Inn (deferred)

2009 Freshfield’s Scholarship, Oxford University

Barton Scholarship, Merton College, Oxford

2008 Field Fisher Waterhouse Prize for European Law (1st Place in Final Honour School)

2007 Lovell’s Prize for most promising 2nd year law student (Merton College)

Promoted to Postmastership (senior scholar)

Three Fowler prizes

2006 F.E Smith Memorial Mooting prize

Slaughter & May prize for best paper on Constitutional Law

Promoted to Exhibitioner

Two Fowler prizes