Alex represents parents in high conflict custody cases through the Shriver Family Law Project. Prior to joining LACLJ, Alex worked with the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles running the Long Beach Self-Help Legal Access Center for seven and a half years. The Center assisted self-represented litigants navigate through the court system. At the Center, Alex supervised and trained staff and volunteers in the various areas of law the Center assisted people with, including family law and landlord-tenant law. Alex graduated from California State University, Long Beach with degrees in Political Science and English Literature. He received his law degree from the University of California, Berkeley, Boalt Hall School of Law. Alex is fluent in Spanish.