Alexandra is an associate in the Pittsburgh office where she focuses on various litigation matters. She has experience in all matters of trial, from drafting pleadings to arguing post-trial motions, and her engaging demeanor earns clients' trust through all stages of litigation. Alexandra’s technical background in IT allows her to swiftly navigate through complex cyber security and breach issues.
During law school, Alexandra received several awards, including the CALI award in Evidence, and served as President of the Animal Law Society and as the Academic Chair for the Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity. She worked as a Certified Legal Intern with the Allegheny County District Attorney, arguing suppression motions and conducting non-jury trials for DUIs and narcotics charges. After passing the bar exam, Alexandra joined a respected regional law firm where she represented municipalities and other local governmental authorities.
Alexandra, who is fluent in Russian, studied abroad at St. Petersburg State University in St. Petersburg, Russia and at Southwest University of Political Science and Law in Chongqing, China. She provides pro bono work through a local organization to assist Ukrainian and Afghan refugees in obtaining legal permanent residency or U.S. citizenship. She is also on the Young Professionals Board for Literacy Pittsburgh.