Alexander J. Egbert

Associate

Prior to joining Jennings Strouss, Mr. Egbert practiced for three years with an international law firm, focusing on commercial litigation and insurance defense.

Biography

Prior to joining Jennings Strouss, Mr. Egbert practiced for three years with an international law firm, focusing on commercial litigation and insurance defense. He defended insurers in coverage disputes and against bad faith claims. Egbert also advised businesses on accident liability and management disputes. He worked with the Florence project in juvenile and immigration court to get special immigration juvenile status (SIJS) for a minor. Mr. Egbert earned his B.A. in International Relations from Brigham Young University, cum laude and his J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center. He was awarded “Top 50 Pro Bono Attorney” by the Arizona Foundation of Legal Services & Education in 2018. Mr. Egbert filed an amicus brief in April 2018 in the 7th Circuit on behalf of several tax law professors in a religious liberty dispute regarding the parsonage exemption.

Admissions

Admitted to Practice

  • Arizona (2017)

Court Admission

  • Arizona Supreme Court (2018)
  • U.S. District Court, District of Arizona (2018)
  • U.S. Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit (2018)

Media and Presentations

Articles

Community Involvement

Pro bono

  • Represent(ed) several young people arriving in the country as unaccompanied minors to get legal status.
  • Wrote an amicus brief in the 7th Circuit on behalf of a group of tax law professors on the constitutionality of the parsonage exemption.

Honors and Awards

  • Listed “Top 50 Pro Bono Attorney” by the Arizona Foundation of Legal Service & Education (2018)