Alexander is a litigation attorney whose practice is focused on the areas of personal injury, premises liability and construction defect matters.
Prior to law school, Alexander attended The University of the South; Sewanee where he served as the captain of the swim team, earned multiple all-conference honors, was recognized as the best senior athlete with the Bishop Juhan Award, and was a conference champion in the 100 Backstroke. While at Sewanee, Alexander was also a member of The Order of the Gownsmen and The Red Ribbon Society. After graduating, he attended the Charleston School of Law.
During law school, Alexander interned with The Honorable Patrick Duffy at the United States District Court and The Honorable Irvin Condon at the South Carolina Probate Court, served as the Vice-President of the Trial Advocacy Board and Vice-President of the Sports and Entertainment Law Society, and was a member of the Dean’s list and Maritime Law Bulletin. Alexander was an active participant in the Trial Advocacy Board and competed in mock trials throughout the southeast. He spent his summers clerking for litigation teams with several firms in Charleston, South Carolina. Additionally, Alexander was recognized at graduation for the number of hours he dedicated during law school to pro bono work.
After graduating law school, Alexander served as a judicial clerk for The Honorable Michael G. Nettles, Resident Judge for South Carolina’s Twelfth Judicial Circuit. As a law clerk, he was responsible for researching complex legal issues, drafting judicial opinions, and assisting Judge Nettles with trial preparation.
As an attorney, his background and work ethic have allowed him to develop a strong understanding of how competent and diligent representation can provide his clients assurance their needs are satisfied. He is a dedicated litigator who can obtain the results his clients want.