Alice represents foreign and domestic corporations as well as individuals in connection with civil and corporate matters. She has gained, through her experience as a federal clerk, as litigator, and as corporate counsel, a practical understanding of litigation, a valuable insight into the inner workings of the judicial system, as well as the ability to see the business perspective of her clients.
Prior to joining AXS LAW in 2019, Alice worked at a premier trial firms, where she handled complex civil matters and alternative dispute resolution proceedings related to business disputes, securities class actions, banking practices, real estate development deals, and corporate governance. She was the lead associate in the high-profile representation of a media company defending a defamation lawsuit arising out of so-called “Russian Dossier” authored by former a British intelligence officer.
Alice served as a federal law clerk to U.S. District Judge Marcia Cooke of the Southern District of Florida. Additionally, she interned for U.S. Magistrate Judge Edwin G. Torres of the Southern District of Florida and for the Honorable Amy Steele Donner, in the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Florida.
Prior to moving in the United States, Alice worked for three years in Paris as corporate counsel for a French defense contractor operating in the fields of aerospace and national security, where she negotiated international contracts for the sale of goods and services, coordinated mergers, acquisitions, and the creation of affiliated companies.
Alice holds an LL.M. in General Studies from New York University School of Law and a LL.M. in International Business Lawfrom the University of Montpellier, France. She graduated from Florida International University School of Law with honors. While a law student, Alice was an editor of the FIU Law Review, which published her comment in 2013.
Alice is admitted to practice law in the states of Florida and New York.
She is fluent in French and Italian.