Alexis Early assists international and domestic clients in a wide range of legislative, regulatory and dispute resolution matters. She represents clients before Congress and a number of federal agencies on trade and investment, sanctions compliance, defense controls and other policy matters. She also guides clients through complex international litigation and arbitration proceedings, including sovereign immunity counseling.
While in law school, Ms. Early was the founding editor-in-chief of the American University Business Law Review, the first comprehensive business law journal in Washington, DC. She also twice served as a Dean’s Fellow, performing original document research on “forgotten constitutions” in American history and analyzing the effect of Latin American local administrative codes on GLBT families.
Prior to law school, Ms. Early invested in a global network of social entrepreneurs as an investment portfolio manager.