Alessandra de Faria, JD is based in Seattle Washington and creates author profiles, formats and edits legal news articles, and publishes law-firm educational events posted to the National Law Review website. Alessandra’s educational background and training is in the legal and marketing fields. She also authors original thought leadership on various emerging legal topics.
Alessandra previously worked as a copywriter for an SEO-focused publishing firm for both US and UK-clients. She is experienced in keyword usage, client-specific keywords, industry-keyword optimization, and avoiding over-optimization in content writing, and avoiding penalties in search rankings. In her role as a copywriter, she gained experience in formatting, editing, and general knowledge of keyword/search engine concepts. Alessandra also has extensive experience in legal writing and research stemming from coursework completed while obtaining her JD.
Alessandra obtained her undergraduate degree in Marketing from the University of Central Florida in 2008, and a Minor in Legal-Studies. She obtained her JD from Thomas Cooley Law School in 2012 with a focus in Immigration Law. She also worked for the law school's Immigration Clinic. In this role she worked alongside the clinic’s lead-attorney and assisted clients in applying for citizenship, changing visa status, and other immigration-issues while completing her JD. She is also a certified paralegal, having received her Paralegal Certificate from The University of Miami, in Coral Gables, FL. Alessandra is also fluent in Portuguese and Spanish.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Alessandra de Faria