Alicia was admitted to practice law in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in 2005, and has worked in family law as a litigator, mediator and collaborative attorney for the past sixteen years.
After completing her undergraduate studies at Connecticut College with a Bachelor of the Arts in Government, a minor in Gender Studies, and a certificate from the Halloran Center Program in Community Action in connection with her Independent Study in Domestic Violence and Federal Policy, Alicia continued her studies at Suffolk University Law School, where she obtained her Juris Doctor.
Prior to joining Next Phase Legal, Alicia was a partner at a boutique Boston family law firm. She was also a Rule 3:03 Certified Prosecutor with the Boston Municipal Court, Charlestown Division, and a clerk at the Office of the Attorney General of Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Administrative Law: Government Bureau.
Alicia is a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association and does pro-bono work with Senior Partners for Justice and as a Lawyer of the Day with Norfolk County Probate and Family Court, helping litigants with filing their cases and representing themselves before the Court.
Outside of the office, Alicia is an engaged community member and volunteer, serving as an elected Town Meeting Member for the Town of Stoughton and co-chairing her local PTO. In her free time she enjoys nature walks and perfecting her grilled pizza recipe.