Alexandra Hayes is an associate of Perera Alemán. Alexandra’s practice focuses on all manner of employment litigation, particularly employment discrimination and non-compete agreements. She represents both employers and employees, from the pre-suit administrative process through trial and appeal.
Alexandra earned her bachelor’s degree from Indiana University before graduating from the University of Miami School of Law in 2013. While at UM, Alexandra was the Vice President of Advanced Appellate Advocacy for the Charles C. Papy Moot Court Board. She was also a member of the Business Law Review where she applied her sports management degree and love of all things football into a published note on the NFL collective bargaining process and antitrust shield.
Upon graduation, Alexandra began her legal practice at a boutique litigation firm defending state and local government entities. Her practice focused on complex constitutional tort and employment discrimination claims in federal and state court, at both the trial and appellate levels.
Law School Attended
J.D. University of Miami School of Law, cum laude, 2013
B.S. (Sports Marketing and Management), Indiana University, 2011
Winning Brief, 21 SPORTS L.J. 311 (2014).
Throwing the Red Flag: Why the NFL Should Challenge the Ruling on the Field that Player Decertification Lowers the Antitrust Shield, 22 U. MIAMI BUS. L. REV. (Summer 2014).
The (Unintended?) Impact of Bostock v. Clayton County, Ga., The Trial Advocate, Vol. 39, No. 3 (2020).