Alexandra Anderson is an associate in the Phoenix office where she focuses on corporate and financial services matters.

    Prior to joining the firm, Alexandra was a member of the global banking and payment systems practice at a DC-based international law firm, with a primary focus on regulatory and compliance issues arising under state and federal law.

    Alexandra received her law degree from Northwestern University School of Law in 2014, where she served as Editor-in-Chief of the Northwestern Journal of International Law and Business. At Northwestern, she graduated cum laude and earned the Lowden-Wigmore Prize for outstanding contribution to legal scholarship for her published article on Iran sanctions and the expansion of American corporate liability for non-US subsidiary violations. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Economics, summa cum laude, from the W. P. Carey School of Business and the Barrett Honors College at Arizona State University. She was also awarded a Fulbright scholarship to South Korea.

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    • Providing corporate counseling for industry-leading public and private companies, global banks and early stage financial technology start-ups on regulatory and transactional matters, including Dodd-Frank Act compliance, antimoney laundering laws, consumer financial protection, state licensing and enforcement issues.
    • In connection with leveraged finance transactions, assisting lead arrangers, underwriters and initial purchasers to identify, quantify and apportion export control and trade sanction liabilities that arise in cross-border acquisitions.

    Education

    • Northwestern University, J.D., cum laude, 2014
    • Arizona State University, B.S., Economics, summa cum laude, 2009

    Admissions

    • Arizona
    • District of Columbia

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