Alicia joined GoldenbergLaw in July 2014 as a Legal Assistant for several mass tort litigations. Most of her attention is devoted to Benicar cases and the nationwide contaminated steroids outbreak. Additionally, she has assisted in the Testosterone Replacement Therapy litigation as well as helping clients with defective hips receive reimbursements through the Broadspire payment program. She enjoys learning new things every day and is always up for a challenge.
Alicia is a graduate of the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities where she studied Political Science and History. While in college, Alicia was highly involved with student government where she served in several leadership positions and was a recipient of the prestigious political science focused Wolfsburg Scholarship. In her last semester, she studied abroad in Cape Town, South Africa and had the opportunity to travel to several other African countries.
Before joining GoldenbergLaw, Alicia interned for a number of organizations including the Minnesota State Senate, a women’s campaign non-profit, and a local government relations association. In her spare time, Alicia volunteers with WATCH as a court monitor in hearings involving violence against women and children. She also enjoys helping out at the local Animal Humane Society and reading whenever possible.