Gavin Alexander is one of the founding members of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court standing committee on lawyer well-being and the director of wellness at the law firm of Jackson Lewis P.C. directing well-being initiatives for more than 1,000 attorneys.
Alexander is a passionate advocate for diversity, equity, inclusion (DEI) and well-being in the legal profession and beyond. To begin his career, he clerked for Justice Ralph D. Gants of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court and went on to practice as an associate in the corporate department of a global law firm. Before joining Jackson Lewis, Alexander served as the first-ever Fellow of the Supreme Judicial Court standing committee on Lawyer Well-Being, and he remains an active member. He also serves on the Boston Bar Association’s Diversity, Equity & Inclusion steering committee, the American Bar Association Commission on Lawyer Assistance Programs’ DEI Committee, and the Institute for Well-Being in Law’s DEI Committee.
He is active in LGBTQ causes and committees and has been named among the Best LGBT Attorneys Under 40 by the National LGBTQ+ Bar Association and one of Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly’s 25 “Up & Coming Lawyers” among other awards.
Alexander earned his bachelor’s degree at Wesleyan University and his JD at Harvard University Law School.
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