Alexandra is an associate in Newmeyer Dillion’s Newport Beach office. She brings an integrative approach to the practice of law, channeling her enthusiasm for learning and problem-solving into delivering a superior legal product that will help the firm support its clients in achieving their legal goals. Her background offers a variety of unique skill sets that complement the firm’s service team, including:

A broad understanding of business goals and real estate. Prior to law school, Alexandra worked at a national full-service asset and property management firm where she worked with real estate investors of all levels of financial literacy, guiding them through asset acquisition, leasing and property performance, refinancing, and other transactions.  Her real-world experience influences Alexandra’s pragmatic and service-oriented perspective on resolving legal issues and achieving client goals.

An excellence in legal writing. Alexandra leverages her experiences in legal writing from law review, moot court, and her two judicial externships to craft persuasive and fact-driven writing on complex issues for clients. Though already an accomplished writer, having won a Top Ten Best Brief award in the Loyola Law School Moot Court Competition, Alexandra is continually devoted to polishing her written advocacy skills.

An understanding of the judicial system and its legal processes. Alexandra served as a judicial extern for the Honorable Julia W. Brand and also the Honorable Sandra R. Klein of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Central District of California. These judicial experiences help her bring insider experience to litigation strategy.

An exercised communicator and team-player. Alexandra is known for her interpersonal skills and ability to coordinate efforts amongst people with varying personalities and interests. Drawing from her experiences as an Investor Relations Analyst and Managing Editor of the Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review, she is able to resolve conflicts effectively and in the client’s favor.

A curious and creative mindset. Alexandra has been driven in all aspects of life by her innate curiosity, from her approach to breaking down legal issues to personal accomplishments like designing and remodeling a house for the first time.

While in law school, Alexandra served as Managing Editor of the Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review where she oversaw the operations of the Law Review, propelled it forward by reforming its practices including the new staffer education program, and acted as an ambassador between the departments of the Law Review itself, and also between the Law Review and law school faculty and administration.

Alexandra also gained significant written and oral advocacy experience through competing in the Loyola Law School Moot Court Competition, where she wrote an appellate brief on two complex issues and competed in three weekends of intense oral argument rounds, switching between arguing for petitioner and respondent at the flip of a coin.  At the end, Alexandra was recognized as one of the top competitors and invited to join the Scott Moot Court Honors Board.  She went on to represent the law school at the National Criminal Procedure Moot Court Competition, where she was awarded Third Best Individual Oralist out of eighty competitors from around the country.

Awards & Recognition

  • 3rd Best Individual Oralist – National Criminal Procedure Moot Court Competition (2019)
  • Top 10 Best Brief Award – Loyola Law School Moot Court Competition (2019)

Professional Affiliations

  • Orange County Bar Association
  • Women Lawyers Association of Los Angeles (WLALA)

Charitable & Civic Involvement

  • Orange County Coalition for Diversity in the Law (OCCDL)


  • California, 2021


  • Loyola Law School, Los Angeles (J.D., 2020)
    • Managing Editor, Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review, Volume 53
    • Scott Moot Court Honors Board
    • Vice President, Loyola Real Estate Law Society
    • Team Leader & Mentor, Young Lawyers Program
  • George Mason University (B.A., 2015)
    • Government & International Politics
    • Minor in Economics