Alexandra B. Knoth is an associate with Locks Law Firm based in the Roseland, New Jersey office where she concentrates her practice in environmental civil litigation involving environmental contamination, and natural resource damages (NRD).
Alexandra received her law degree from Vermont Law School, with a focus in environmental law. During her time at Vermont Law School, she spent a semester in Washington, D.C. at the Environmental Protection Agency in the Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance where she assisted with enforcement actions arising out of the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) and the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA).
Prior to joining Locks Law Firm, Alexandra was employed as in-house counsel to an insurance carrier where she defended both policyholders and the carrier in personal injury matters. She also served as the law clerk to the Honorable John H. Pursel in the Civil Division of the New Jersey Superior Court, Warren County. She is licensed and admitted to practice in the State of New Jersey.
In her free time, Alexandra enjoys exploring new restaurants with friends, attending Broadway shows, visiting family in Florida, traveling, and spending time with her Shih-Tzu puppy Louie. She also has an appreciation for sustainable beauty, good wine, and is an expert in crafting picture perfect charcuterie boards.
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