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Nicole Alexander - Director

NICOLE ALEXANDER started her professional career as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Jane Bruskin Cantor, J.S.C., Superior Court of New Jersey, Law Division, Middlesex County, New Jersey. (September 1999 - August 2000). In September 2000, she joined MDM&C as a litigation associate where she gained significant litigation experience both at the trial and appellate level.  Her practice focused in the areas of employment litigation, pharmaceutical litigation, professional malpractice defense and contract disputes.

In 2005, Ms. Alexander switched gears at the Firm to assist with administration and management for all offices nationwide in the role of Director of Legal Recruiting and Continuing Legal Education. In that capacity, she provided oversight of entry-level and lateral recruiting activities and support for all programs involving attorney training and development, continuing legal education, and the Firm’s pro-bono efforts. In 2010, Ms. Alexander was promoted to Director of Professional and Business Development. In this current position, she has oversight of all marketing, recruiting and professional development activities including the expansion and opening of new offices and the planning of all continuing legal education seminars.   Ms. Alexander regularly advises clients on the impact of social media on marketing.  She speaks on the topics of economic outlooks.

Ms. Alexander is co-founder of MDM&C’s Women’s Initiative and member of the Firm’s Diversity & Inclusion Committee. She is a member of the American Bar Association, the National Association of Women Lawyers, the New Jersey Women Lawyers’ Association and the Essex County Bar Association. Ms. Alexander is also Past-President and current member of the Newark Museum’s Business and Community Council.   She also serves on the Advisory Boards for NJTV, NJLEEP, and Project U.S.E. In 2013, Ms. Alexander was named one of New Jersey's "New Leaders of the Bar" by the New Jersey Law Journal.  In 2016, she was named one of New Jersey's "Best 50 Women in Business" by NJBIZ.