About Alexa K. Rollins
Providing top service to her clients is important for Alexa Rollins. Alexa maintains a broad corporate practice, representing and counseling private and public companies and private equity funds in a range of mergers and acquisitions, as well as capital markets and securities transactions, including initial public offerings and other public offerings.
Dedicated to public service
In addition to aiding clients in a variety of corporate transactions, Alexa maintains an active pro bono practice in which she advises nonprofit organizations on board governance and filing requirements and represents victims of domestic violence, among others.
Prior to joining Katten, Alexa worked as a Law and Policy intern at the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN), as a paralegal at a small family law firm, and as a legislative fellow for a Florida state senator.
During law school, Alexa served as the managing editor of The University of Chicago Legal Forum, as president of the Domestic and Sexual Violence Project, as co-programming director of the Human Rights Law Society, and as communications director of the Latinx Law Students Association. She also advised international bodies through research reports and fact-finding missions at the International Human Rights Clinic.