Alex is a Senior Associate and is a member of the Business and Finance, Health Care and Tax Practice Groups of the firm. She focuses her practice on corporate, business, employment, real estate and tax law.
Alex assists businesses in a wide variety of matters including formations, transactions, contracting, leases and employment issues. She works with the health care group to provide regulatory, transactional and compliance advice. She also has experience assisting businesses with NH real property tax law and corporate income tax matters with the tax group.
Prior to joining Rath, Young and Pignatelli, Alex’s work experiences included externing with a New Hampshire real estate and estate planning firm, externing at the Merrimack County Superior Court, working as a Contract Specialist Intern for a hardware and software company, and interning at the State of New Hampshire, Department of Administrative Services, Risk Management Unit.
Alex currently serves on the Board of Directors of the New Hampshire Women’s Bar Association as the Merrimack County Representative and will serve on the 2018-2020 Board as Secretary.
Alex is a graduate of the Daniel Webster Scholar Honors Program at the University of New Hampshire School of Law. As a member of this program, she gained experience through simulated and clinical settings in client counseling, litigation, negotiation, alternative dispute resolution, and corporate law.
Alex earned her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, summa cum laude, from the University of New Hampshire Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics (f/k/a the Whittemore School of Business and Economics). While at UNH, she was a dedicated member of the UNH Women’s Crew Team.
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- University of New Hampshire, B.S., Business Administration, summa cum laude, 2011
- University of New Hampshire School of Law, formerly Franklin Pierce Law Center, 2014
- New Hampshire