Alexandra Wolff is an Associate in Rivkin Radler’s Insurance Fraud Practice Group.
Alexandra helps insurers prosecute civil lawsuits under the federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act, including affirmative actions to recover insurer claim payments to physicians, medical clinics, attorneys, public adjusters, and others involved in complex, large-scale insurance fraud schemes.
Prior to joining Rivkin Radler, Alexandra served as a Senior Assistant District Attorney in the Nassau County District Attorney’s Office Vehicular Crimes Bureau. During her time there, she tried over a dozen jury trials, handled countless pre-trials hearings, and presented over 70 cases to the grand jury. She successfully prosecuted hundreds of cases from arrest to sentencing including driving while intoxicated and impaired cases, and other felony and misdemeanor offenses.
After law school, Alexandra clerked for a Circuit Court Judge in Fairfax County, VA. In that role, she assisted the judge in handling civil and criminal matters assigned to the judge’s docket. While in law school, Alexandra was an editor for George Mason’s Law Review and a member of Moot Court. She was also a Vice President of the Trial Advocacy Program, where she was part of a national finalist team in the American Association for Justice Competition. During her final year, Alexandra also participated in her law school’s Supreme Court Clinic. As part of that Clinic, she worked on a brief submitted on the merits to the United States Supreme Court, which was subsequently argued before the Court.
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George Mason University School of Law, Juris Doctor
James Madison University, B.A.