Alicia joined the London office at Frontier in 2021 and is currently working across the Competition, Telecommunications, and Transport Practices.
Alicia has worked on a wide variety of projects during her time at Frontier. She has worked on follow-on damages litigation cases and has applied her econometric knowledge to assess the viability of mergers. She has also used her analytical skills and economic insights to evaluate the level of competition in the aviation sector.
Alicia previously worked as a Research Assistant at the Bank of England, working in the Prudential Policy department on policy issues surrounding depositor protection and banks being ‘too big to fail’.
Alicia holds a BSc in Economics from Lancaster University and is studying part-time to obtain an MSc in Economics from Birkbeck University.
If you could gain one quality or ability, what would it be?
To be able to speak several languages.
What was the last book you read?
Soldier Spy by Tom Marcus – my uncle recommended it to me and is it a true story written by an ex MI5 agent.
What did you want to be when you were 10?
After one trip to my local running club, I decided I wanted to be a sprinter in the Olympics.