Born in Miami, Florida, March 4, 1992; Admitted to the Florida Bar, 2018; District Court, Southern District of Florida. Education: Florida International University (B.S. 2013); University of Miami School of Law, Cum Laude (J.D. 2018); Race and Social Justice Law Review (Article and Comments Editor); University of Miami Innocence Clinic; Maritime Law Society. Member: The Florida Bar (Member, Young Lawyers Division).

Born and raised in Miami, Alex earned her Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and Religious Studies from Florida International University. Prior to entering the legal field, she obtained her Real Estate license in 2012 and worked as a Sales Associate at Keyes Company, where she gained practical experience in working with clients and drafting contracts. Alex attended the University of Miami School of Law where she participated in the University’s chapter of the Innocence Project and the Maritime Law Society. She earned Dean’s List her first year of law school and joined the Race and Social Justice Law Review at the end of her first year of law school. While in law review, she authored an article advocating for the bifurcation of business incentives and the criminal justice system with the help of Professor Craig Trocino. Alex also served as an Articles and Comments Editor, reviewing and revising articles prior to publication. During law school, she interned for the Honorable Judge Areces assisting the Court with research and hearings. Additionally, she assisted the Court’s staff with jury selection and voir dire in a large-scale tobacco litigation case involving Philip Morris International and R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company.

While in her second year of law school, Alex joined Perry & Neblett, P.A. as a law clerk where she fully immersed herself into learning the ins and outs of first and third party insurance litigation. She worked on numerous federal cases and assisted attorneys with research and motion practice in appellate cases. In continued efforts to prepare as an attorney after law school, Alex joined the litigation skills program offered at University of Miami’s School of Law. She was mentored in Pre-Trial practice by the Honorable Judge Thornton and Trial Practice by the Honorable Judge Torres, earning an Honors distinction.

After being admitted to the Florida Bar, Alex joined Perry & Neblett, P.A. as an Associate Attorney where she could continue working for clients and fully represent them. As she is detail oriented and has extensive research and writing skills, Alex works on comprehensive briefs for federal court as well as appeals.  She works mostly with the insurance litigation department where she helps clients secure just compensation for their insurance claims.