Beginning in high school where she was one of the original participants in the Brighton Teen Court Program, and spent her spare time volunteering at a mental care facility, Alexandrea has always had a passion for helping people. In college, this passion led Alexandrea to obtaining her Bachelor of Arts in psychology, graduating with honors from the University of Hawaii at Manoa.
Knowing that ultimately she wanted to obtain her license to practice law, Alexandrea sought to pursue this degree from a school that shared in her belief that the practice of law should revolve around the principal of helping people achieve true justice. Because of this, Alexandrea selected Ave Maria School of Law; a school holding the motto “Fides et Ratio”, or “Faith and Reason”, a principle that law, morality, and the common good are inextricably linked.
While in law school, Alexandrea held an internship with Denver law firm Sandomire & Schwartz where she focused primarily on pre-litigation of civil claims. After being admitted to the Colorado Bar, Alexandrea became an Associate Attorney at Sandomire & Schwartz where she was responsible for the firm’s civil litigation and criminal defense case load.
In September of 2015, Alexandrea became founding partner of Everson & Memic Law, LLP. In her practice, Alexandrea remains committed to the philosophy that law is more than courtroom appearances; it is the crucial impact our judicial system has on people as they pursue justice. Everson & Memic Law is founded on the belief that those facing legal problems need compassionate representation to fight for this pursuit of justice.
Alexandrea holds Bar Admissions to Colorado, U.S. District Court of Colorado, and U.S. Bankruptcy Court. She has completed mediation training through Colorado Mediation Services, and is an active member of the American Bar Association, Colorado Bar Association, Adams/Broomfield County Bar Association, and Colorado Trial Lawyers Association.