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Alexandra Walsh

Walsh Law

Alexandra Walsh is a nationally recognized trial attorney with extensive experience trying and winning cases in courts throughout the country. After years of defending corporate clients, Alex launched Walsh Law to turn a page in her practice and use her expertise and experience to fight for plaintiffs seeking justice in the nation’s courts.

Trial Successes
Alex’s successes at trial are well-recognized. In 2018, she received accolades from the National Law Journal for her decisive trial win in the national litigation concerning blockbuster blood thinner, Xarelto. In 2019, Law360 named Alex a Trial MVP of the Year for her victory in a major consumer fraud class action targeting One A Day multivitamins. In 2020, New York Law Journal elevated to its Verdict Hall of Fame the billion-dollar jury award Alex helped secure in a fraud and negligence case against media giant, Vivendi SA. For these and other successes, Alex was recently inducted as a Fellow in the American College of Trial Lawyers, which limits its membership to “experienced trial lawyers who have mastered the art of advocacy and whose professional careers have been marked by the highest standards of ethical conduct, professionalism, civility and collegiality.”

  • Trial counsel in national litigation concerning birth control device, Essure.
  • Trial counsel in first two bellwethers concerning anti-depressant, Zoloft.
  • Trial counsel in conspiracy case against owners of flash sale site, Rue La La, and eBay.
  • Appellate counsel in suit challenging lack of public access to reports prepared for the SEC.
  • Appellate counsel in insider trading action raising novel issue re Securities Exchange Act.
  • Defense counsel in criminal prosecution of Scooter Libby former Chief of Staff to VPCheney.
  • Defense counsel in criminal prosecution of Michael Singer, best-selling author and former CEO of WebMD subsidiary.

Alex served as law clerk to: Hon Merrick Garland, then a U.S. Court of Appeals Judge for the D.C. Circuit, and Hon Stephen Breyer, Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court.

Alex attended Bowdoin College, where she graduated summa cum laude, was elected Phi Beta Kappa, and by far most importantly, met her husband Brendan O’Brien. After Bowdoin, Alex attended Stanford Law School, where she served on the Executive Board for the Law Review, loved mixing it up in moot court, and took great pride in winning the school’s prize for Best Oral Advocate.

Alex lives in Washington, D.C. with her husband Brendan, their four children, a beloved yellow lab, and two guinea pigs (on whom the jury is still out). In 2016, Brendan and Alex, realizing that their family needed a broader perspective on the world, packed up the kids and spent a year backpacking around the world. It was a life-changing experience for which she will always be grateful.