Alexandra Boster joined the San Francisco office of Ropes & Gray in 2022 as part of the intellectual property transactions group.

While at the University of California, Davis School of Law, Alexandra served as a copyright law research assistant and received a certificate in intellectual property law. She was also a member of the UC Davis Journal of International Law & Policy, where she held the role of Senior Articles Editor during her 2L year. Alexandra received a Witkin Award for Academic Excellence in 2021 for a paper she authored on San Francisco’s housing crisis.

During her undergraduate career, Alexandra studied comparative religion with a focus in Islam at Miami University and worked for a global law firm in its New York City and Manila offices.



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