Law Firm Consultant
Alexa makes it happen. Her clients know that when Alexa says, “I’ve got this,” she means it - and she delivers results. Alexa’s combination of IQ and EQ distinguish her from just about every attorney, consultant, or other professional. Alexa cares about her clients’ success. She builds a new box when thinking outside the existing box is not enough. She works with a vengeance for her clients and accepts nothing less than the best work product from her team. Alexa comfortably talks about the tough, and even the awkward, topics that a client needs to address, making the client able to face and remedy difficult situations. Every client is Alexa’s most important client.
Alexa has a stellar 30+ year history of law practice and law firm management experience. Alexa Ross Consulting (ARC) grew from the success of Robbins Ross Alloy Belinfante Littlefield, which she founded and in under a decade became a top-tier, debt-free, perpetually profitable law firm and grew from 4 to 20+ attorneys. Following, Alexa successfully partnered with a distinguished Atlanta law firm to strategize the opening of multi-state offices using a novel business model and establishing “excellence branding.” ARC’s multi-step strategic model grew from her experience, but each plan she creates is custom fit to the individual law firm client. Law firms hire Alexa to represent them in litigation, and now to transform them to reach their visions. Alexa shares with her clients what it takes to slash overhead and earn consistent and substantial profits; to ensure partner loyalty; to mentor associates; to plan sustainable promotion and growth; to operate in an environment of unyielding attorney-staff mutual respect, and to enjoy a gold-standard reputation for legal work.
Alexa’s devotion to community, and especially to children and young adults, is long-term and profound. She is nationally recognized as an expert in law governing education of students with disabilities and in charter schools. She served for nine years as GC to the largest charter school corporation in the U.S. She serves as lead counsel for the State of Georgia in a federal lawsuit presenting issues of first impression under Americans with Disabilities Education Act, the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, Section 504, state law, federal/state regulations, and school district policies.
Alexa was named Graduate of the Year by law school faculty and “National Graduate of the Year” by the Association of Women lawyers, was Managing Editor of law review, and graduated first in her law school class.
Alexa says her favorite person is her Pilates coach, and she devotes time to yoga, running, gardening, interior design, furniture refinishing, and drawing/painting. Alexa “is” – above all else - the mother of two extraordinary young women, Caroline and Sydney. The most important thing to Alexa is the closeness she nurtured with her daughters, and their adult mother-daughter relationship is a joy.