Alexandria Reid | Washington, D.C. | Hogan Lovells

Alexandria Reid

Associate Litigation, Arbitration, and Employment



Reid Alexandria

Alexandria Reid
Reid Alexandria
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Alexandria Reid faces her clients' issues head-on to avoid pitfalls and minimize potential liability in high-stakes litigation and investigations. 

Alexandria assists individuals, companies, and institutions across various industry sectors in responding to government enforcement actions. In particular, she has worked with clients facing civil and criminal liability and has provided legal analysis to Global 50 companies on emergent issues under statutes such as the False Claims Act. As an avid supporter of the firm's Pro Bono practice, Alexandria also represents clients in civil rights litigation and immigration, child advocacy, and domestic violence cases. 

During law school, Alexandria sharpened her investigation, mediation, and negotiation skills as a member of the Howard Law Alternative Dispute Resolution Consortium, through which she worked as a mediation intern for a federal government agency. She also refined her legal research and writing skills as a judicial intern for the Honorable Rahkel Bouchet and the Honorable Errol Arthur of the D.C. Superior Court, and as a Senior Article Editor for the Howard Law Journal. Before law school, Alexandria interned for multiple criminal and family law solo-practitioners.

Representative experience

Litigator on the trial team that secured the largest monetary verdict in a wrongful conviction case in U.S. history.

Recognized by the D.C. Volunteer Lawyers Project in 2021 for zealously representing a client in a domestic violence and child custody case.

Recognized by the D.C. Volunteer Lawyers Project in 2021 for being a relentless guardian ad litem and ushering her child-client's custody case to final resolution in the child's best interests.


  • J.D., Howard University School of Law, 2020
  • B.S. Criminology and Criminal Justice, Hampton University, 2017
Bar admissions and qualifications
  • District of Columbia