Alexandra Fraher is an Associate Attorney at CMBG3 Law. She graduated magna cum laude from Vermont Law School in 2016. Prior to joining CMBG3, Alexandra worked as a general practice attorney representing clients in personal injury, criminal defense, real estate, and domestic relations cases. Additionally, Alexandra worked as a law clerk for an insurance defense firm.
Alexandra worked extensively on environmental cases throughout law school. She has experience working in a wide range of environmental cases, from hazardous waste to fisheries management to construction disputes. Alexandra prides herself on excellent service to her clients and always works hard towards the best outcome for her clients.
When she is not practicing law, Alexandra enjoys volunteering in her community. Alexandra volunteers with a local animal shelter and serves on the board of the Norfolk Conservation Commission.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Alexandra M. Fraher
CMBG3 Law LLC’s PFAS Litigation and Regulatory teamis recognized as a Go-To Thought Leader for their coverage and analysis of litigation and legislation related to Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS). CMBG3 Law’s extensive toxic tort and substances experience provides companies practical guidance on compliance and preventive measures and addresses the most pertinent issues for NLR readers to focus on related to PFAS. Additionally, the CMBG3 Law PFAS team developed an interactive map that in real time monitors U.S. PFAS drinking water standards and legislation. PFAS actions are a major developing source of litigation at the local level including municipalities and water districts, the state level and internationally with European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) legislation. CMBG3 Law LLC’s PFAS Litigation and Regulatory Group lead legal editors include: John P. Gardella,Suzanne Englot, Alexandra M. Fraher and Jessica L. Deyoe.