Alex focuses her practice on commercial claims and subrogation for catastrophic property claims involving product liability, construction defects, vehicles and other property affected by fire, water, collision or collapse. She also handles commercial litigation and insurance defense issues, representing companies and individuals in both state and federal courts in a variety of matters, including contracts and tort law.
Before Fox Rothschild
Alex was an attorney at Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP, which combined with Fox Rothschild in 2018. She also previously served as a federal law clerk to the Honorable Frank D. Whitney, Chief Judge of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of North Carolina, where she managed a wide array of cases involving complex commercial litigation, federal employment litigation, constitutional law and Social Security matters. She also gained invaluable exposure to the appellate process as a law clerk to Justice Paul M. Newby of the Supreme Court of North Carolina, where she drafted opinions for complex civil and criminal cases.
Before practicing law, Alex spent two years with the Federal Bureau of Investigation as a Staff Operations Specialist providing tactical, strategic, analytical and investigative support to Special Agents and Intelligence Analysts in criminal, counterterrorism and counterintelligence cases.
While in law school, Alex was an editor for the Access to Justice Journal and served as a teaching assistant for the school’s legal research and writing class.
In college, Alex earned a full athletic scholarship, and she later competed in tournaments around the world as a professional tennis player.
Beyond Fox Rothschild
Alex proudly serves in the United States Army Reserve JAG Corps.
She previously volunteered with Hands on Charlotte and served as a fundraiser for the CMTA Spartan Race.