Alexandra L. Myers, Esq.
I received my BA from University of California Santa Barbara in 2009 and
my Juris Doctor degree from McGeorge School of Law in May of 2015. I concentrated
in criminal justice and graduated with a certificate in advocacy and a
mediation 40-hour basic training certificate.
Prior to attending law school, I worked as a television anchor and reporter,
which proved to be excellent preparation for my legal career, as both
positions require the ability to communicate to others with ease, while
simultaneously delivering a clear, succinct, and persuasive message. This
experience allowed me to cultivate a passion for public speaking, and
eventually, led to my desire to become an advocate.
While studying at McGeorge, I participated in the Prisoner Civil Rights
Mediation Clinic and co-mediated section 1983 prisoner civil rights cases
in Federal Court for the Eastern District of California under Federal
Magistrate Judges Kellison and Newman.
Additionally, I worked as a certified law clerk at Yolo County District
Attorney's Office where I was able to gain in-depth insight into the
criminal justice system by representing the People of the State of California
in court and assisting the deputy district attorney's on misdemeanor
and felony cases. I also worked as a law clerk at various family law firms,
including Myers Family Law, where I received intensive training and gained
invaluable experience while awaiting bar results.
Upon passing the California Bar Examination, I was hired as an associate
attorney at Myers Family Law. I am a member of the State Bar of California,
the State Bar of California’s Family Law Section, the Placer County
Bar Association, the Family Law Section of the Placer County Bar Association
and Phi Alpha Delta, the International Law Fraternity.