Alejandra Rojas is a zealous advocate for clients involved in disputes in matters relating to their families.  An associate with the firm’s Family Law group, her practice focuses on matters including divorce, custody, visitation, child support, alimony and equitable distribution of assets. Clients appreciate Alejandra’s clear and concise communication style and find her a pleasure to work with.

Before entering private practice, Alejandra served as a judicial law clerk for two judges in the Superior Court of the District of Columbia. During those years of attending daily court proceedings, she gained valuable insight on the legal process through the judicial lens, providing her with a holistic view of the family law matters she works to resolve. Her time spent researching and drafting orders to resolve discovery disputes, preparing daily case materials and drafting permanent and pendente lite orders honed the detail-oriented manner in which she manages her client’s cases today.

While earning her Juris Doctorate from the American University Washington College of Law, Alejandra served as a student attorney in the Immigrant Justice Clinic, the Executive Editor of the Criminal Law Practitioner and a mentor through the ADVANCE program. Fluent in Spanish, she continues her involvement in the Latinx community as a member of the Hispanic Bar Association of DC.

Alejandra brings a diverse background to her law practice. Before attending law school, Alejandra taught 4th grade in a Spanish Immersion school. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, trying new restaurants, and spending time with friends and family.

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