“I am here to represent regular people going through a stressful time.
My passion in life is helping people. My job is to use the insight I gained from working as a prosecutor to help my clients navigate a complicated criminal justice system. I show the court that my clients deserve to be treated with respect and given a second chance.”
Getting Real Results
Representing Real People
University of Denver Sturm College of Law, Denver, Colorado, 2013
University of Memphis, Memphis, Tennessee,
2010, B.A., Major: Psychology and Philosophy
Alexis started as a prosecutor serving the public.
Now she brings that insight to defending her clients.
Alexis graduated Magna cum Laude, earning both a B.A. in Psychology and a B.A. in Philosophy in Memphis, Tennessee. She then headed west to attend the University of Denver Sturm College of Law, in the beautiful state of CO.
While in the law school’s civil clinic, she represented low-income clients in civil matters such as housing discrimination, eviction defense, domestic violence, civil protection orders, immigration issues, and wage claims. She then prosecuted traffic and misdemeanor cases as an intern with the Arapahoe County DA’s office. She was the first intern to earn the opportunity to work at the felony-level Special Victims’ Unit.
In 2014, Alexis worked as a prosecutor in Pueblo, where she was promoted to lead domestic violence county court prosecutor. There, she helped develop the domestic violence fast-track program for Pueblo County and earned multiple certifications in domestic violence prevention, treatment, and trial tactics.
She was then promoted to the felony prosecution unit where she handled cases ranging from felony DUI and drug offenses to serious assaults, trafficking, and homicides. Alexis regularly trained officers in matters of law enforcement and gave legal advice on scenes involving death.
In 2016, she joined the 4th Judicial District Attorney’s office in Colorado Springs to be closer to her family. Alexis has always believed in second chances and helping people as much as she can. It became increasingly clear to her that she could do more to help people by representing them than by being a DA.
She joined the Liberty Law Center as a partner in 2017. She has found her calling in representing clients and continues the fight to protect their rights. She fosters a strong connection with her clients and is truly dedicated to ensuring that they receive the most diligent representation, both in court and in the intricate legal system as a whole.
When she's not in court...
Alexis grew up in Tennessee and originally studied music as a vocalist. She has performed all over the country, as well as internationally, in both solo and group settings.
In her spare time Alexis enjoys hiking with her Husky and two German Shepherds. She also enjoys cooking, practicing yoga, and spending time with friends and family. She still gets on the stage occasionally to sing too, although now it is usually at karaoke.