Alexis King’s practice focuses on general civil litigation. She has extensive experience representing all parties in personal injury-related matters and advocating for employees in a wide variety of employment disputes. Alexis has also successfully navigated business owners through several different issues, including breach of contract and trademark infringement claims.
Alexis began her legal career in California as an attorney for a national firm before practicing law in Utah. She has authored numerous dispositive and discovery motions that resulted in favorable rulings for representative clients. Alexis has been involved in every phase of litigation from the initial pleading stage to appeals.
Alexis earned her J.D. from J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University. While a student, she was a lead editor for the BYU Journal of Public Law and interned at the Arizona Court of Appeals and the U.S. District Court for the District of Utah.
Alexis takes a client-centered approach when pursuing the client’s objectives. She has a reputation for being honest and straightforward with the individuals that she represents. Alexis keeps her clients informed about every case development to provide them with the opportunity to make informed decisions about their claims and cases.
Alexis grew up playing basketball and spending time at the beach in Southern California. She is also a pianist and an animal lover.