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Alexis practices and has experience in the areas of business litigation, probate litigation, and professional liability. She has represented clients in various state and federal court forums, and she has tried cases in both federal court and in arbitration. She also has experience representing clients in contract disputes, voting rights and governmental litigation, and landlord/tenant matters.

Alexis has been recognized as a South Carolina Super Lawyer Rising Star in Business Litigation. Prior to coming to Sowell Gray Robinson, Alexis clerked for the Honorable G. Thomas Cooper, Jr., South Carolina Circuit Court Judge, and the Honorable Joseph F. Anderson, Jr., District Court Judge for the District of South Carolina. She received her undergraduate degree from Clemson University and her law degree and International MBA from the University of South Carolina. Alexis enjoys giving back to the community and serves on several local boards.
  • South Carolina Bar
  • U.S. District Court for the District of South Carolina
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit
  • Clemson University, Calhoun Honors College, B.S., summa cum laude, 2005
  • University of South Carolina School of Law, J.D., 2009
    • Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Journal
  • University of South Carolina, Darla Moore School of Business, IMBA, 2009
  • American Bar Association
  • Richland County Bar Association (Chair, Bigg Doggs program)
  • South Carolina Bar Young Lawyers Division (Committee Member, Cinderella Project and Backpack Drive)
  • John Belton O’Neall Inn of Court (Webmaster)
  • South Carolina Women Lawyers Association
  • The Honorable Joseph F. Anderson, Jr., U.S. District Court for the District of South Carolina (2010-2011)
  • The Honorable G. Thomas Cooper, Jr., Fifth Judicial Circuit of South Carolina (2009-2010)
  • Secretary, John Belton O’Neall American Inn of Court
  • South Carolina “Super Lawyer” Rising Star, Business Litigation (2016)
  • S.C. Public Interest Found. v. S.C. Transp. Infrastructure Bank, 744 S.E.2d 521 (S.C. 2013).  Decided by the Supreme Court of South Carolina in its original jurisdiction, and after reviewing the public interest exception to the requirement of a particularized injury for standing, the Court ruled that the statute governing the composition of the board of directors of the South Carolina Transportation Infrastructure Bank does not violate the state constitution’s dual office holding prohibitions or the separation of powers doctrine and therefore is constitutional.
  • 20 Years Strong Service Project:  Providing donations for Dress for Success
  • Board of Directors, Congaree Vista Guild
  • Board Member, Columbia Clemson Club
  • Former Board Member, Columbia Museum of Art Contemporaries
  • Leadership Columbia, Class of 2013

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