Alexandra L. Trujillo’s gift for communication and appreciation of other cultures gives her litigation practice a potentially global reach. An anthropology major with a with a passion for travel, Allie’s research and writing skills – enlisted by team members for matters ranging from arbitrability of anti-trust claims under the Shipping Act, to plugging and abandonment of oil wells in the Gulf of Mexico – are being developed for a future in international dispute resolution.
Drafted response to a motion to vacate a $20 million non-domestic arbitration.
Assisted in creating Statement of Counterclaims, witness statements and Redfern Schedule in $12 million ICC arbitration in Paris.
Composed two summary judgments for wrongful termination claims, both of which were subsequently granted.
Researched and drafted memoranda regarding arbitrability of anti-trust matters under the Shipping Act, mineral co-tenant rights under Wyoming law, the economic loss rule in Texas and consolidation of claims in arbitration.
Memberships : Christian Legal Society, Houston Chapter (2017 to 2018), Board Member (2018).
J.D., University of Houston Law Center, 2018, magna cum laude; Houston Law Review, Senior Notes and Comments Editor; Order of the Coif; Order of the Barons; Order of the Barristers; Christian Legal Society, President; The Advocates at UHLC
B.A., Anthropology, Wheaton College, 2015, summa cum laude