Raised in San Antonio, Alexis earned her Bachelor of Arts from Texas State University in San Marcos. It was during her undergraduate years, and while spending a year abroad in Sydney, Australia, that she first decided to go to law school. This took her to Lynchburg, Virginia where she earned her law degree at Liberty University School of Law.
Upon passing the bar exam, Alexis served as a Legal Fellow in a general counsel’s office. Although she learned a lot from experienced and talented attorneys, the courtroom called.
She began prosecuting in Danville, Virginia, and then in Pittsylvania County. This experience gave her the opportunity to supervise newer attorneys and teach at the region’s law enforcement academy and crisis intervention training.
During her time as a prosecutor, she tried hundreds of bench trials and over two dozen jury trials.
She brings this extensive trial experience with her to represent clients in civil litigation.
After ten years in Virginia, Alexis realized she wanted to be near family again.
When she is not hanging out with her nieces and nephews, she can be found on the lake, playing her violin, or trying to keep her dog from chasing all the deer.