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Alicia received her Juris Doctor degree from ASU Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law in May, 2017. While she completed her legal studies at ASU, she spent more than 650 hours working on cases in Maricopa County Superior Court and the City of Phoenix Municipal Court, and volunteered over 50 hours in the Veteran's Court at the City of Phoenix Municipal Court. Prior to law school, Alicia received her undergraduate degrees in Political Science and Spanish from Bucknell University in 2012. Upon graduation, Alicia was awarded the Charles Longley Prize in Political Science. After obtaining her two degrees, Alicia went on to teach middle school in Atlanta, Georgia as a member of Teach for America. In 2014, she received the Metro-Atlanta Sue Lehmann Award for Teaching Excellence. After teaching for several years, Alicia returned to Arizona to pursue her career as an attorney so that she may continue to serve the community through the criminal justice system.

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Legal Experience

  • Juris Doctorate Degree (May 2017)
    Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law
  • Intern
    Maricopa County Superior Court
  • Intern
    City of Phoenix Municipal Court
  • Volunteer
    City of Phoenix Municipal Court
    (Veterans' Court)
  • Metro-Atlanta Sue Lehmann Award
    for Teaching Excellence
  • Charles Langley Prize in
    Political Science (2012)
    Bucknell University
  • Bachelor of Political Science (2012)
    Bucknell University

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