Alexandra Angel is Southern California native. She is knowledgable in a range of legal matters including contract and real estate disputes. Alexandra has experience in various aspects of civil litigation, including court appearances, and drafting and opposing a wide variety of motions. Before joining Stone & Sallus, Alexandra practiced and clerked in Appellate matters.
Alexandra graduated summa cum laude from University of La Verne with her B.S. in Legal Studies and a minor in Political Science. She went on to work as a paralegal aiding in the representation of homeowners in mortgage disputes and foreclosure defense.
Later, Alexandra graduated cum laude from Southwestern Law School with Dean’s List honors. During her time at Southwestern, Alexandra served as the Internal Operations Chair on the Moot Court Honors Program and competed in two national competitions as both a written and oral advocate.
In her last year at Southwestern, Alexandra was chosen to participate in the Ninth Circuit Appellate Advocacy Clinic where she briefed and argued in Gualberto Chavez-Garcia v. Sessions. The Ninth Circuit ultimately decided the case in favor of Chavez-Garcia in a published opinion.
Alexandra spends her free time exploring national and state parks, developing her skills in film photography, and supporting various causes and organizations.