Alexandra (“Alecks”) K. Lewis is an associate in the Trial Group at Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP, where her litigation practice focuses on regulatory, white-collar, and commercial litigation matters.

Prior to joining DGS, Alecks was an associate in the Chicago office of an international law firm. While there, she represented large corporations and individual defendants in a wide range of civil and criminal antitrust and white-collar matters. Alecks was part of the trial team that represented a former CEO in a first-ever criminal no-poach market allocation case. The client received a landmark acquittal on all counts following an eight-day jury trial in the District of Colorado. She was part of a team that successfully litigated a trade secret misappropriation lawsuit on behalf of a large technology company and individual defendants. She has also represented clients in a U.S. Department of Justice PCSF criminal investigation, an FTC merger investigation, and other civil antitrust actions.

Alecks maintains an active pro bono practice. She has represented individuals applying for legal immigration status and incarcerated individuals in civil rights actions and has provided counsel to a start-up company focused on promoting healthy pregnancy and post-partum outcomes for women of color.

Alecks received her J.D. from the University of California, Irvine School of Law, and earned her B.A. in International Relations and Spanish Language and Literature from Tulane University. While in law school, Alecks completed a full-time externship with the Antitrust Division’s Criminal I Section at the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington, DC, and was an honors program extern with the Enforcement Division at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in Los Angeles. In addition, Alecks served as chapter co-director for the International Refugee Assistance Project and was the editor-in-chief for the Project’s student publication. As chapter co-director, she provided pro bono assistance to Syrian Refugees seeking resettlement in Beirut, Lebanon, and managed student casework for Afghan and Iraqi SIV applicants. Alecks also participated in UC-Irvine’s Immigrant Rights Clinic, through which she provided pro bono representation for an asylum petitioner in USCIS custody.

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U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois


The University of California, Irvine School of Law, pro
bono honors, J.D., 2020

Tulane University, cum laude, B.A., 2016

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