Alexandra Sierra-De Varona was born in Coral Gables, Florida. In 1996, she graduated with her Bachelor of Science from the University of Florida. Thereafter, she attended the University of Florida, Levin College of Law. While attending the Levin College of Law, she worked as a law clerk at a local firm to pay for her education.
After completing law school, Alexandra worked at an insurance defense firm. She handled constitutional, employment, and personal injury matters. As an insurance defense attorney she was able to avoid liability for her clients on numerous cases. She also drafted and prevailed in multiple appellate matters.
Since then, Alexandra represents both Plaintiffs and Defendants in commercial, probate, constitutional, and construction litigation matters through trial and appeal. Her efforts in representing several Plaintiffs, have led to multi-million dollar settlements and verdicts. She has also been able to avoid liability for Defendants on many occasions. Her work in the courtroom has led her clients to retain her in drafting employment and partnership agreements, leases, wills, and trusts. She has been practicing in these areas for over a decade.
Alexandra provides her personalized attention to every case she accepts. She partners with her clients to provide the highest caliber legal service available. She formed De Varona Law to ensure that all her clients have the ability to obtain high quality legal services in a cost effective manner.
Alexandra is a member of the Florida Bar, the United States District Court, Southern District of Florida, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit. In 2005, Alexandra was awarded the Gold Level Award for Outstanding Pro Bono Service in Palm Beach County. She currently serves as a Director and Vice President for Imagina Childrenâs Foundation, a not-for-profit organization that assists in providing children the ability to obtain an education. Alexandra also leads two Girl Scout Troops.
Alexandra is fluent in Spanish. She is married, and has four children.