Alexandra Sepolen is an associate at Flicker, Kerin, Kruger & Bissada LLP after previously joining the firm as a Post-Bar Law Clerk. Working exclusively in family law, Ms. Sepolen supports clients in addressing various matters in dissolution cases, such as child custody and visitation, high-asset property division, child and spousal support, and post-judgment issues. Ms. Sepolen is an active member of several bar associations in the Bay Area, including serving as a Board member of Queen’s Bench Bar Association and on the associations Amicus Brief, Legislative, and Mentorship Committees. She is a recipient of the Queen’s Bench Rookie Award, awarded to a member demonstrating talent, leadership, and dedication to the bar association’s goals in her first year of membership. Ms. Sepolen is also a member of the Charles Houston Bar Association, Black Women Lawyers of Northern California, and the Law and Ethics sections of the American Public Health Association.
Ms. Sepolen utilizes her prior work experience in legal and healthcare settings to offer holistic, meaningful support to clients as they navigate the family court system and critical stages in their lives. Before joining the Firm, Ms. Sepolen worked directly with clients in boutique litigation firms specializing in family law, civil litigation, and private criminal defense, as well as legal service organizations, in-house legal departments, and volunteer legal clinics in Silicon Valley. Ms. Sepolen was a former family law judicial extern for a supervising family law judge in Santa Clara County Superior Court, where she was assigned to domestic violence cases involving minors and guardianships. Ms. Sepolen also worked in the private healthcare sector on initiatives regarding the well-being of children, families, and vulnerable populations.
Ms. Sepolen also utilizes her education and training to assist the Firm’s clients. Ms. Sepolen received her Juris Doctor degree and a High Tech Law certificate with honors in Intellectual Property from Santa Clara University School of Law. Ms. Sepolen received the American Law Institute’s Leadership and Scholarship Award upon graduation. She also awarded several academic recognitions, including CALI Excellence Awards in two semesters of Legal Analysis, Research, and Writing, and IP Litigation, as well as Witkin Awards for Academic Excellence in Law Practice Management, Health Law, and her law school’s Entrepreneurs Law Clinic. During her tenure, Ms. Sepolen directed the law school’s Honors Moot Court Internal program for upper-division students, chaired the Galloway Moot Court program for first-year law students, and was a Trial Team captain. Ms. Sepolen received several accolades from the law school’s moot court and trial programs for her brief writing and oral advocacy skills.
Before law school, Ms. Sepolen graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Public Health from Brown University, where she received the Rosenberg Prize for Outstanding Service. She then obtained a Master of Public Health in Sociomedical Sciences and a Health Policy & Practice certificate from the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health.
In her free time, Ms. Sepolen enjoys music and creative arts, as well as Taekwondo, community service projects, and spending time with family and friends.