Alexander F. Stephens



Civil Rights & Employment Discrimination, Commercial Litigation, Business Services, Personal Injury & Worker’s Compensation, Medical Malpractice, Family Law & Domestic Relationships

Alexander F. Stephens joined the firm as an associate in 2014 after serving as a law clerk here throughout law school.

In his time at Angelini, Mills, Woods & Ori, Alexander has already been become a multi-dimensional attorney. He is closely involved in guiding business and commercial litigation clients from the moment they step foot in the office through the last day of trial and into post-judgment proceedings. In addition, he litigates civil rights cases, prosecutes and defends labor practices, and works tirelessly to ensure multi-million dollar settlements on behalf of personal injury and medical malpractice clients.

Alexander also has experience with multiple appeals in The United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit and the State of Illinois First District, including briefing a successful appeal in the First District.

During law school at Chicago-Kent College of Law, Alexander was a member of the Moot Court Honor Society. He represented the school at the 2013 National Veterans Law Moot Court Competition in Washington D.C. where he was a member of the semifinalist team and the runner-up best oral advocate. The following semester, Alexander coached Chicago Kent’s National Cultural Heritage Law Moot Court team to a championship here in Chicago.

Prior to law school, Alexander was educated at DePaul University. He graduated from DePaul in 2011 with a degree in Political Science and a minor in Economics. While at DePaul, Alexander had the unique opportunity to study abroad in Dublin, Ireland and intern in the Houses of the Oireachtas – the legislative body of Ireland.

Alexander grew up in Chelsea, Michigan where he became a devout fan of the University of Michigan and Detroit sports teams. Outside of the office, he spends his time trying new restaurants, building and restoring furniture, travelling, and spending time with his friends and family.

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