Alexis M. Neuman
Alexis is beginning her legal career as an articling student with Bryan & Company. As an articling student, she is excited to maintain a general practice and discover the full scope of corporate and litigation work the firm has to offer its clients.
Prior to joining Bryan & Company, Alexis graduated with a J.D. (with Distinction) from the University of Alberta, where she earned numerous awards for academic achievement, including the Chief Justice S Bruce Smith Prize for the highest standing in her first year class. During law school, Alexis volunteered with various organizations. She was involved with Student Legal Services’ Criminal Project assisting low-income individuals in Edmonton with their criminal law matters in court. She also acted in and wrote the Faculty’s annual Law Show and was an editor for the student-run newspaper. Alexis further expanded her understanding of litigation through a year-long clerkship course at the Provincial Court of Alberta where she observed matters in the family, civil, and criminal courts. Alexis also worked as a research assistant for Professor Eric Adams in constitutional law. She is motivated to utilize this knowledge to craft novel solutions for her client’s legal problems. Before law school, Alexis obtained her Bachelor of Science (with Distinction) from the University of Alberta.
Outside of the office, Alexis enjoys watching Formula 1, swimming, and baking new recipes.