Alexa Rosenbloom is an Attorney and Clinical Instructor in the Consumer Protection Clinic at the Legal Services Center of Harvard Law School (LSC). She supervises and trains law students in representing low-income clients in a wide range of consumer cases in state and federal court. Including among her and her students’ dockets is defending debt collection lawsuits and bringing affirmative fair debt collection and consumer protection lawsuits.
Alexa also currently serves as co-chair of the Consumer Debt Working Group of the Massachusetts Access to Justice Commission and, in this role and more generally in her work, advocates to bring about policy change and law reform to benefit lower-income Massachusetts consumers, including debtors and mortgagors.
Prior to coming to LSC, Alexa was a legal services attorney at Greater Boston Legal Services for over nine years, first as a Skadden Fellow practicing disability rights law and then as a staff and senior attorney practicing consumer law. She is a graduate of NYU Law School, where she was an Arthur Garfield Hays fellow, and she clerked for a federal magistrate judge in the Eastern District of New York for two years after law school.
- J.D. New York University School of Law, 2010
- A.B. History Brown University, 2005
- Massachusetts, United States
- New York, United States
- United States District Court of Massachusetts, United States
- First Circuit Court of Appeals, United States