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Alexandra Sepolen

Post-Bar Law Clerk

Alexandra Sepolen is a post-bar law clerk at Flicker, Kerin, Kruger & Bissada LLP. Ms. Sepolen has prior experience working in family law and other litigation matters. Currently working exclusively in family law, Ms. Sepolen supports associates in a variety of matters arising in dissolution cases, such as child custody and visitation, high-asset property characterization and division, reimbursements, child and spousal support, identifying medical experts, and post-judgment matters. She is a member of the Queen’s Bench Bar Association, Black Women Lawyers of Northern California, the Charles Houston Bar Association, and the Law and Ethics Sections of the American Public Health Association. She is the 2022 recipient of the Queen’s Bench Bar Association Rookie Award, awarded to a bar association member demonstrating talent, leadership, and dedication to the bar association’s goals within her first year of membership.

Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Sepolen worked in a wide array of legal settings, including boutique litigation firms in the areas of family law, civil litigation, and private criminal defense. She has also worked for in-house legal departments in Silicon Valley, addressing various issues related to minors’ access to medical care, privacy, and intellectual property protection. Ms. Sepolen also has volunteered in legal service organizations and volunteer clinics on various estate planning, housing, intellectual property, labor and employment, and business law issues. Ms. Sepolen served as a judicial extern in Santa Clara County Superior Court, where she was primarily assigned to domestic violence cases involving minors and guardianships. Before her legal career, Ms. Sepolen also worked in the private healthcare sector on several interdisciplinary research, consulting, education, and program development initiatives related to the well-being of children, families, and vulnerable populations. She hopes to use both her legal and healthcare training to offer holistic, meaningful support to clients as they navigate the family court system and critical stages of their lives.

Ms. Sepolen received her Juris Doctor degree and a High Tech Law Certificate with honors in Intellectual Property from the Santa Clara University School of Law. During law school, Ms. Sepolen received a combined total of six academic awards, including CALI Awards for Excellence in both semesters of Legal Analysis, Research, and Writing, and Intellectual Property Litigation, as well as Witkin Awards for Law Practice Management, Health Law, and the law school’s Entrepreneurs Law Clinic. She was the recipient of the American Law Institute’s Leadership and Scholarship Award for her graduating class, as well as Santa Clara Law Faculty and Alumni Scholarships. Ms. Sepolen served as director of the law school’s Honors Moot Court Internal program for upper-division students, head chair of the Galloway Moot Court program for first-year law students, and a Trial Team captain. Ms. Sepolen received several accolades from the law school’s moot court program, including awards for her oral advocacy and brief writing skills.

Prior to law school, Ms. Sepolen graduated cum laude from Brown University with a Bachelor of Arts in Public Health and obtained a Master of Public Health in Sociomedical Sciences with a Health Policy & Practice Certificate from the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health. Her public health training largely focused on the intersection of law, public health, and technology in creating effective public health programs serving women, children, and vulnerable populations.

In her free time, Ms. Sepolen enjoys creative arts and frequently visits museums and plays. She continues to play music and create paintings, illustrations, graphic design projects, and creative short films. She also enjoys Taekwondo, community service projects, and traveling with family and friends.