Alex is originally from Wichita, but later moved to Norwich, Kansas, and graduated from Norwich High School. Alex has a passion for community involvement and helping others, especially children.
After spending a summer working in Washington D.C., Alex realized he wanted a career where he could make a lasting change in peoples lives, and decided to attend law school at Washburn University School of Law. Alex knew from the beginning of his law school career that he wanted to practice family law. Alex graduated with a Family Law Certificate, which is granted only to students who complete a significant amount of family law classes while maintaining a respectable grade point average. Alex received the Raymond Spring Award for his work in the Children and Family Law Clinic, where he represented clients in family law matters. This award it bestowed upon the law clinic intern who demonstrates the highest commitment to providing legal services to clients in need.
Alex interned for Cameron & Herrman, P.A. for two summers during law school. During his internship, Alex gaining invaluable experience and training working individually with both partners and participating in weekly attorney case review meetings. Alex was able to assist with various kinds of family law, probate, and Child In Need of Care cases, through assisting in the drafting of legal pleadings, attending court hearings with both partners, and conducting legal research. Alex believes in advocating strongly for his client’s needs, while working toward an amicable solution to create a positive experience for his clients.