Alexandra recently joined Roberts & Roberts in the Fall of 2022. The focus of her practice is litigating personal injury matters.
A recent law school graduate, Alexandra obtained first-hand experience in personal injury matters while serving as a law clerk at Abraham Watkins in Houston, where she assisted attorneys with mass tort litigation. Alexandra gained valuable experience in Texas’s civil courts while serving as a judicial intern for the 190th Judicial District Court in Harris County. Alexandra additionally served as a law clerk for Diggs & Sadler in Houston, where she gained civil experience in family law.
Alexandra is passionate about serving others. During law school, Alexandra spent time working in an asylum and human trafficking clinic aimed at helping individuals who have endured persecution and survivors of human trafficking.
Before beginning her legal career, Alexandra was an educator and spent her time teaching English to high school students in East Texas. Although she loved teaching, Alexandra always had a desire to advocate for others within the context of the legal system, which ultimately prompted her to attend law school.
In 2009, Alexandra received her Bachelor of Arts in Communication (B.A.) from Texas A&M University in College Station. She later received her Doctor of Jurisprudence (J.D.) from South Texas College of Law Houston in 2022, where she ranked third in her law school class and graduated summa cum laude. During law school, Alexandra received eight CALI awards, which are awarded to individuals who obtain the highest grades in each class.
Personal Background and Interests
Alexandra is a native East Texan who spent time growing up in Texas and Colorado. In 2009, she married Clint, a fellow East Texas native, and they have two wonderful children. When Alexandra is not in the office, she enjoys traveling, spending time outdoors, and playing basketball, golf, and tennis with her husband and two children.