LaToya Alexander has a passion for employment and labor litigation, and believes that forming strong relationships with clients is critical to providing effective legal counsel. For each engagement in which LaToya is involved, she seeks to provide concise and articulate legal counsel that aligns with clients’ business objectives.
Prior to joining Polsinelli, LaToya worked as a law clerk for the Honorable Brian S. Miller, Chief Judge, in the Eastern District of Arkansas. She was exposed to a number of areas of law and developed a solid understanding of the litigation process. Her prior clerkship experience provides her with a unique perspective concerning the far reaching consequences of actions taken even in the earliest stages of litigation. Through LaToya's client-centered practice, she anticipates clients' needs in order to avoid litigation, and crafts solutions to best meet clients' immediate and long-term goals.
During law school LaToya served on the editorial board of the Arkansas Law Review and worked as a teaching assistant in Criminal Law and Property Law. She also received the Award for Excellence in Legal Writing, as well as the Bard Rogan Natural Resources Law Award for obtaining the highest grade in Oil and Gas Law and Water Law.
Articles in the National Law Review database by LaToya Alexander