Alicia also works with colleagues in other practice groups to help clients from the earliest stages of transactions protect against litigation risk or position themselves for litigation success. Her background with an economic consulting firm has given her a facility with complex matters. She clerked for the Hon. Marjorie O. Rendell after law school, and since that time has contributed to the profession in numerous ways, including pro bono work involving state and federal constitutional issues, authoring articles and book chapters (in Her Story and Litigating Fiduciary Duty Claims), serving as deputy counsel and counsel to the Pennsylvania Appellate Court Procedural Rules Committee, and being a leader in the ABA Litigation Section, where she currently co-chairs the Book Publishing Board and Amicus Curiae Committee, and the Judicial Division, where she has served on the Executive Committee of the Council of Appellate Lawyers. Alicia has presented at state and national conferences as well as providing training to judges, law clerks and practitioners. She is a member of the International Bar Association.
- University of Pennsylvania Law School — Adjunct Professor, Appellate Advocacy, 2013-; Professional Responsibility, 2021