Alexandria is a client-oriented thinker who will go above and beyond to ensure she provides advice that is in her client's best interest. She is a member of the Litigation, Government Services and Employment & Labor practice groups. Alexandria has traveled to fifteen countries, learning from and working with people of different cultures, languages, and histories. This insight allows her to find solutions for clients from a variety of backgrounds.
Before attending law school, she worked as an AmeriCorps VISTA (Volunteer in Service to America) at United Way of Erie County, where she expanded the community schools model across Erie County. In this position, she built long-lasting relationships with public and private partners in Erie. Teamwork and collaboration were cornerstones of her work and she carries those notions with her into her legal practice. She loved being engaged in the Erie community so much that she returned to Erie after receiving her J.D. from Duquesne University School of Law in Pittsburgh, PA. She completed a Government Concentration with a Public Service and Community Engagement Track.
While in law school, Alexandria served as an Associate Editor for the Duquesne Law Review, a Teaching Assistant for Legal Research and Writing, and Secretary-Treasurer of the Appellate Moot Court Board. As a member of the Appellate Moot Court Board, her team received an Oral Advocacy Award for placing fourth out of twenty-nine teams in Team Oral Advocacy. Alexandria also served as a judicial intern to the Honorable Christine Donohue of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, a law clerk with the City of Pittsburgh Law Department, and a certified representative in the Third Circuit Court of Appeals with Duquesne's Federal Litigation Clinic. Because of these diverse experiences, she can tackle any matter for her clients.
Education & Admissions
Memberships & Associations
- Erie County Bar Association
- Pennsylvania Bar Association
- Academy for Human Rights, Board Member