Alex Worthy is an associate attorney in the firm’s Southern California office. Ms. Worthy provides legal counsel and support to school district clients regarding various personnel matters, grievance handling, employee discipline, and student matters.
During law school, Ms. Worthy worked as a Certified Mediator for the Riverside County Superior Court. She mediated a variety of cases involving school district restraining orders, guardianship, discrimination, general civil, and probate matters. She was also a member of the Executive Board for the Nexus Journal of Law and Policy where she published an article on sexual assault and harassment.
Ms. Worthy graduated cum laude from law school with the highest grades in Property Law, Contract Law, Mediation, Advanced Mediation Clinic, Psychology of Conflict, and Wills & Trusts. During and after law school, she worked as an Academic and Post-Doctoral Fellow at Chapman University Fowler School of Law, for Contract Law, Constitutional Law, the Mediation Clinic, and the Juvenile Hall Conflict Resolution Clinic. She also worked for the Riverside County Restorative Justice Program where she mediated a variety of student matters referred to the program by the Riverside County Probation Department. She has mediated nearly 300 cases, successfully resolving many restraining order, general civil and student-related matters.
Ms. Worthy joins the firm having practiced in large firm and public sector environments. She has experience in civil litigation defense, liability analysis, and risk management. She has experience drafting motions for Civil Discovery, General Civil Litigation, Complex Civil Litigation, Small Claims-Civil, and Restraining Orders cases as well as conducting research for and advising school district clients on matters involving discrimination, discipline, and general personnel and student matters.