Alexandria is an associate in the firm’s Consumer Financial Services practice. She recently graduated from the University of San Diego School of Law, where she completed her J.D. and served as president of the Black Law Students Association. 

 

While in law school, Alexandria served as a certified legal intern for the San Diego Public Defender’s Office. She also served as a corporate counsel intern for AMN Healthcare and judicial extern for the Hon. Cynthia Bashant of the U.S. District Court of the Southern District of California. Alexandria earned her B.A., cum laude, from Syracuse University. 

 

At USD Law, Alexandria was admitted into the Order of Barristers and received CALI Excellence Awards in the following courses: Legal writing and research, Jurisprudence, and Civil Rights Theories.

 

**Not licensed to practice law in any jurisdiction; California Bar application pending

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