Alexis Chandler is a member of the Litigation Practice, where she works with other litigators in representing clients in complex commercial litigation matters in state and federal court.

Prior to joining the firm, Alexis worked at the US Department of State as an intern in the Legislative Affairs Bureau. While at the Department of State, Alexis tracked and analyzed high priority legislation from Congress and its impact on State’s operations. In addition, she helped ensure, from a strategic perspective, that various pieces of legislation were constitutional and complied with the administration’s position on foreign policy.

During law school, Alexis had the opportunity to be a student in a Brexit Seminar following the UK’s vote to leave the EU. She specifically studied the Northern Ireland and Ireland border and its result following Brexit. She is published in Legal Aspects of Brexit: Implications of the United Kingdom’s Decision to Withdraw from the European Union.

In Alexis’ third year of law school, she was a member of the Law Students in Court Clinic, where she represented low-income individuals who faced evictions. Due to her exemplary advocacy, Alexis was awarded the International Academy of Trial Lawyers Student Advocacy Award.

Alexis is an adjunct professor at Georgetown University Law Center, her alma mater, where she teaches a negotiation seminar for LLM students.

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  • Georgetown University, J.D., cum laude, 2018
  • Texas Christian University, B.S., cum laude, 2015


  • Texas, 2020
  • District of Columbia, 2019

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  • Co-author, “Securing a Resilient Supply Chain,” LexisNexis, February 2022.
  • Author, “Fashion Sustainability and Social Accountability Act Proposed in New York,” Global Supply Chain Law, January 24, 2022.

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