In our fourth installment of “Ask a Lawyer” we featured questions from Alicia McConnell.
[Read it here: Ask A Lawyer with Alicia McConnell]
Alicia M. McConnell is an Associate Attorney at Business Law Southwest. Recently rated by Super Lawyers as a 2019 Rising Star, her impressive practice includes business litigation, general civil litigation, and criminal defense. Mrs. McConnell obtained her Juris Doctorate magna cum laude in 2013 from the University of New Mexico School of Law, and was granted membership to the Order of the Coif following graduation. As a law student, she received Clinical Honors for her work in the Business and Tax Clinic. Mrs. McConnell’s case note was selected for publication in the New Mexico Law Review, and she also served as a student article editor for the Law Review.
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[Read our previous installment: Ask A Lawyer with Ian Alden]