Alex is currently a 3L in his last semester of law school at Vermont Law School. He was born and raised in Houston, Texas, and received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Houston and master’s in environmental science from the University of Houston-Clear Lake. Throughout his studies, he has conducted research in Galveston Bay and the Bayous of Houston during his master’s degree. Alex has conducted prior environmental justice work during his time in the Environmental Advocacy Clinic and Environmental Justice Clinic at Vermont Law School. He worked specifically on bay water pollution projects affecting environmental justice communities in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. During his summer clerkship, he conducted environmental justice work for Lone Star Legal Aid, working on Project 11 in Houston. He has also clerked at the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office and the Harris County District Attorney’s Office. Alex hopes to continue his environmental justice work at Bayou City Waterkeeper. He is honored and excited to continue environmental and water stewardship work in his hometown of Houston.
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