Alexander Avery is a civil litigator with experience in insurance litigation, trademark litigation, securities litigation, and commercial disputes. Prior to joining Brown Wegner LLP, Alexander litigated civil claims in California state courts.
In law school, Alexander worked in-house for a reinsurance company and assisted in its defense of fraud allegations in Seoul, London, and Texas. He was also a Student Honors Program Intern for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and an extern with the California Department of Business Oversight. At the SEC’s Salt Lake and Los Angeles Regional Offices, he worked for the Enforcement Division on Foreign Corrupt Practices Act investigations and securities fraud litigation.
Admissions to Practice
- All state courts in California
- The Central District of California
Pepperdine University School of Law
- Member, Journal of the National Association of Administrative Law Judiciary
- Vice President, Asian-Pacific American Law Students Association
- Certificate of Dispute Resolution, Straus Institute
- B.A. History
- Fordham Sailing
Orange County Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division, Social Chair 2017-2018, 2018-2019
Pepperdine Law Alumni Network – Orange County, Co-Chair 2017
Young Professionals of Children’s Bureau, Orange County, Director of Engagement
ADL, Education Committee
William P. Gray Inn of Court
Federal Bar Association, Orange County
Foreign Corrupt Practices Act: Pleading Parent-Subsidiary Liability. May 15, 2015. Journal of the National Association of Administrative Law Judiciary (Vol. 35, Issue 1), available at https://digitalcommons.pepperdine.edu/naalj/vol35/iss1/.
Ratings Calculators with WorkCompCentral, San Bernardino Bar Association. July 13, 2016. San Bernardino Law Library. CA.