During law school, Alexandra committed herself to volunteer work and leadership roles. In her first year, Alexandra became a writer for the Texas Bank Lawyer, a monthly newsletter published with the Texas Association of Bank Counsel on topics such as trust law, collection bankruptcy, and banking and commercial matters. Alexandra became a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) and volunteered three years of service. Her passion for helping low-income Texans was recognized by the Pro Bono College of the State Bar of Texas. Alexandra became a member of the Estate Planning and Community Property Law Journal, later, becoming its Editor-in-Chief.
Alexandra’s legal career began by interning at the Eighth Judicial District Court in Las Vegas, Nevada during her undergraduate studies. In law school, she interned at the Lubbock County Criminal District Attorney’s Office. After, she clerked at a civil litigation and transactional firm in Lubbock, Texas.
Alexandra continues to pursue her passion for getting involved in the community by joining multiple committees and associations in Dallas. She is currently a member of the Probate, Trusts & Estates Section of the Dallas Bar Association, DBA Publication Committee, Elder Law Committee of the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers; and SPCA Young Professionals. Alexandra also enjoys volunteering as a judge in mock trial competitions.
In her free time, Alexandra enjoys traveling, cycling, painting, and hiking.