Alice is an experienced litigator with extensive courtroom experience. She has argued and tried cases in federal district courts across the country on both civil and criminal matters and has particular expertise in federal investigations and regulatory defense. Prior to joining the firm, Alice spent a decade in public service, where she began as an attorney in the U.S. Department of Justice Honors Program in Washington, D.C. and ultimately because the First Assistant United States Attorney and the Criminal Chief at the U.S. Attorney’s Office. As a federal prosecutor, she focused on complex white-collar investigations and public corruption. She has also served as counselor to the United States Attorney General; as Senior Advisor to the Assistant Attorney General of the DOJ’s Civil Division; and as a trial attorney in the United States Department of Justice Federal Programs Branch tasked with defending federal agencies and Cabinet members from regulatory, statutory and constitutional challenges. Furthermore, Alice has prepared United States Cabinet-level officials and Presidential nominees for Senate hearings. Alice attended Yale Law School and clerked for the Honorable Keith P. Ellison on the District Court for the Southern District of Texas and for the Honorable Jennifer Elrod on the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. A high-enthusiasm, high-creativity attorney, Alice harnesses her diverse experience and understanding of the substantive law to identify and obtain optimal outcomes for her clients.