Alexandria is an associate in the Charleston office who principally practices insurance litigation. She defends clients against personal injury claims, premises liability, and bad faith disputes. Alexandria interned for Turner Padget for two summers before joining the firm.
Alexandria graduated from the Charleston School of Law in May 2023 where she served in several extracurricular activities. Alexandria was the chairwoman of several Student Bar Association committees, served as President of the Keith J. Williams Chapter of the Black Law Students Association and Vice President of the Christian legal Society, as well as a student representative of the school’s faculty board. Alexandria was also a national moot court competitor and a student member of the James L. Pettigru Inn of Court. While in law school, Alexandria litigated under Rule 401 of South Carolina’s student practice rule in eviction defense of indigent clients and the prosecution of a criminal trial. Before law school, Alexandria attended Columbia College where she was active in their pre-law students’ program and heavily involved in the Hispanic Student Association. Alexandria graduated Columbia College with a B.A. in Political Science and Spanish and a minor concentration in English Literary Studies.
Alexandria is originally from Ridgeland, SC but was raised in Summerville, SC. Alexandria has been and continues to be an active volunteer of community service in feeding the homeless and adolescent mentorship programs. Applying her values, Alexandria plans to always zealously advocate for the interests of her clients and provide effective representation.