Lexie joined KW as an administrative assistant in July 2019 after earning her degree from Webster University. During her initial time at KW, she was responsible for a variety of administrative tasks and made use of her Spanish education by serving as a point of contact for Spanish speaking clients. After a year at KW, Lexie started working as an immigration case coordinator with our attorneys to coordinate difficult immigration situations.
Lexie was very interested in human rights concerns surrounding migration justice during her undergraduate studies, and she aspired to gain more knowledge about the legal aspects of immigration in the US. Her interest in immigration law and exposure to the difficulties immigrants face when navigating the legal system in the United States further fueled her desire to learn more about the subject. Lexie grew from “Case Coordinator” to “Law Clerk” in the fall of 2021. Even though she is a full-time student at the St. Louis University School of Law, KW is lucky to have Lexie work with our clients on immigration cases part-time at our office
Lexie was born and raised outside of Kansas City, Missouri. She now lives in the St. Louis “Boulevard Heights” neighborhood with her boyfriend and pets. In her free time, Lexie loves to spend time watching documentaries, organizing cluttered spaces, and searching for the best food South City has to offer.
Webster University – B.A. International Relations and International Human Rights, magna cum laude, international distinction (2019)
St. Louis University School of Law (J.D. expected 2024)
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