Prince Law Offices is Proud to Announce the Hiring of Attorney Alexandra French
My name is Alexandra French. I graduated from Williams College with a double major in Computer Science and English. While I was at Williams, I served as the President of the Computer Science Student Advisory Committee, was awarded a merit scholarship by the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing, and was a Class of 1960 Scholar in Computer Science. I also spent a semester pursuing my research in Graph Theory at Queen Mary University of London in London, England. I received my J.D. from Villanova University School of Law, where I was a member of the Latin American Law Student Association and a recipient of the Dorothy Day Award for Pro Bono service. I am admitted to practice law in Pennsylvania and in New Jersey and have previously held positions in the Lehigh County District Attorney's Office, the Federal Public Defender of Delaware and the Federal Community Defender for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, in the Habeas Corpus Unit. My areas of interest include family and criminal law, with particular focus on the rights of prisoners, animals, and victims of domestic violence.
I joined Prince Law Offices, P.C. because I want to help those who feel overwhelmed and outnumbered. I want to be that equalizing force that evens out the playing field and alleviates the concerns of my clients. In that vein, I want not only to be my client's attorney of law but also their counselor of law. Furthermore, I wanted the flexibility to practice in several different areas of law, with a supportive group of attorneys around me. While I am focusing my practice primarily on family and criminal law, I also have interest in animal rights and civil rights deprivations. When I am not practicing law, I enjoy running, dancing, kickboxing, playing the piano, and spending time with my parents, two brothers, and dogs.