Alexandra Stulpin graduated summa cum laude from the Pennsylvania State University where she majored in History and Political Science.
During her time at Penn State, she was a Scholar of the Schreyer Honors College, earning interdisciplinary honors in History and Women’s Studies, following the submission of her thesis regarding weaponizing sexual assault against women and children during times of military occupation in the Middle East. Alexandra was a member of the Penn State Crew Team, serving as Public Relations Chairperson and Women’s Captain. She also was a member of Phi Beta Kappa, and Lion Scouts.
Alexandra earned her Juris Doctor from the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law, where she served as an Associate Editor of the Maryland Law Review as well as an Academic Achievement Fellow.
Alexandra was also as a member of the Appellate and Post-Conviction Advocacy Clinic. As a student attorney in the clinic, she was personally responsible for a criminal appeal, including the drafting of two briefs and the presentation of oral argument before the Maryland Court of Special Appeals, Maryland’s Intermediate Appellate Court. Alexandra successfully obtained relief for her client, confirming comparative bullet lead analysis (CBLA) could not be admitted as evidence of guilt in subsequent Maryland trials and appeals.
During law school, Alexandra also served as an intern for the Navy and Marine Corps Court of Criminal Appeals in Washington D.C. for the United States Navy, the highest Appeals Court of the Navy’s Marine Corps. She also worked as a Certified Legal Intern conducting preliminary criminal hearings for the Delaware County District Attorney’s Office, as well as interned in the Major Investigations Unit of the Baltimore City State’s Attorney’s Office – helping to assist with prosecuting complex criminal conspiracies and gang crimes.
After law school, Alexandra served as a Judicial Law Clerk in the New Jersey Superior Court, Appellate Division for the Honorable William E. Nugent.
Upon completion of her clerkship, Alexandra practiced in the commercial litigation and white-collar investigations groups for a law firm in Philadelphia, cybersecurity and data privacy for a law firm in the Philadelphia suburbs, and litigation and education law for a law firm in New Jersey. She is licensed to practice law in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Outside of the practice of law, Alexandra serves as an Associate Member of the Schreyer Honors College Alumni Society Board in the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion group, as well as interviews prospective applicants as part of the Schreyer Honors College Admissions Interview Program. She also enjoys traveling and trying new restaurants in Philadelphia.