Alex Mikhalevsky ’05 is an attorney at Swift, Currie, McGhee & Hiers, where he practices primarily in the areas of insurance fraud, insurance coverage and commercial litigation. After graduating from Pace, Alex attended Clemson University, where he earned a degree in marketing with a minor in financial management.
He worked for an executive networking organization in Atlanta before attending law school at the Georgia State University College of Law. While in law school, Alex wrote two articles, one discussing consent searches under the Fourth Amendment and another discussing Georgia's lottery for education bill. Both articles were published by the Georgia State Law Review. As a third-year law student, Alex worked for the Gwinnett County Solicitor's Office, where he tried cases involving misdemeanor crimes.
Alex resides in Chamblee with his wife, Laura, their newborn son, Davis, and a Boykin Spaniel, Remy. When not in Atlanta, Alex can be found cheering on the Clemson Tigers in Death Valley or spending time with his friends and family at the lake.