Alexsandra Litowsky is an attorney in the Firm’s Personal Injury Practice.
Alexsandra graduated from Montclair State University with a B.S. in Biological Sciences and Education. While working full-time as a marketer and case manager for a medical provider and surgical center, she completed her J.D, magna cum laude, at Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad College of Law, where she graduated at the top of the class in the evening division.
During law school, Alexsandra excelled both in and out of the classroom and was the recipient of numerous accolades. She was a member of Nova’s Trial Association, serving on the executive board as Vice President of Teams and represented Nova Southeastern in multiple Trial Competitions, including the Buffalo Niagara National Mock Trial Competition in New York, where she and her team finished in first place, bringing Nova’s law school a National Title. During that competition, Alexsandra received the award for “Best Advocate” during the championship round. Additionally, Alexsandra coauthored the case file Carter v. Colonial Casino & Racetrack which went on to be used as the problem in the “Capitol City Challenge”, a national mock trial competition hosted by the American University Washington College of Law in Washington D.C. As a result of her skills in advocacy, Alexsandra was inducted into the prestigious Order of the Barristers, an award given to the best advocates for that graduating year.
Alexsandra’s other academic accomplishments include receiving numerous Cali Awards for obtaining the highest grade in classes, receiving the Student Bar Association Award for Academic Excellence, as well as the Broward County Women Lawyers’ Association Silver Star Award, and being named Nova Southeastern Shepard Broad College of Law’s Student of the Year for 2020.
As one of the Firm’s rising trial attorneys, Alexsandra is dedicated to the relentless and zealous advocacy of those who have been injured and ensuring they receive the justice they deserve.
- J.D., Nova Southeastern University (magna cum laude)
- B.S., Montclair State University