As an Associate at KJK, Alex supports the firm’s attorneys in complex litigation and intellectual property matters. Alex assists KJK clients in achieving their objectives through detailed analysis and creative problem solving. He also provides assistance with the procurement, maintenance and enforcement of valuable intellectual property.
Alex earned his undergraduate degree in aerospace engineering from Auburn University. While obtaining his law degree from Cleveland State University Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, Alex served as managing editor of the Cleveland State Law Review, and garnered experience as an intellectual property law clerk at NASA Glenn Research Center and a multi-national corporation.
Alex is volunteers with the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association’s Reach Out program, which is dedicated to building connections with the nonprofit community. A native of Northeast Ohio, Alex is a big fan of his hometown teams.
- Cleveland State University Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, J.D., 2017
- Managing Editor, Cleveland State Law Review
- CALI Excellence for the Future Award in Constitutional Law, Fall 2015
- Auburn University, B.S., Aerospace Engineering, 2014
- CMBA Reach Out for Non-Profits, Volunteer
- American Bar Association
- Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association
- American Intellectual Property Law Association
- Ohio State Courts
- “Debt & Technology: COVID-19’s Lasting Impact on How Businesses Operate,” April 26, 2020
- “Baby Yoda” as an Intellectual Property Case Study,” January 22, 2020
- “Ars Ex Machina: Copyrights and Artificial Intelligence,” October 04, 2019
- “Register Your ©opyrights!,” August 07, 2019