Alexander J. Blume is an attorney admitted to the Florida Bar in June 2022 and the Southern District of Florida. He graduated from the Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University with a Juris Doctor in May 2021, where he concentrated in Environmental Law and Land Use. He was a member of the Corporate and Commercial Law Society, Jewish Law Society, and Environmental Law Society, and was on the Dean’s List in 2020-2021. Alexander received a Bachelor of Arts in American Studies & Interdisciplinary Studies from Emory University in May 2017.
Alexander has a diverse range of legal experience, including working as a law clerk for Cole, Scott, & Kissane P.A., where he drafted motions, pleadings, and deposition questions, conducted legal research, and reviewed case law to determine the viability of Assignment of Benefit claims. He also worked as a legal extern for the Pace Land Use Law Center, where he participated in a social justice advocacy project focusing on environmental and social impacts on local communities. Alexander also has experience as a law clerk for Julio A. De Armas, PA and as a legal intern for Cavalry Portfolio Services and Conaway & Strickler, PC.