Alexander Nee grew up across the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and in the Redwoods of California, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in political science from Gordon College and graduating Magna Cum Laude with a Juris Doctorate from the University of Massachusetts School of Law.
While in law school, Alex was the president of numerous clubs and led his school’s Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition two years in a row while also leading his school to a victory over Harvard in a law school debate in Washington DC. Alex co-authored the bylaws for mergers which received unanimous support from both organizations’ board members and presidents. He finished law school by passing the Uniform Bar Exam in the top ten percentile.
Alex began his journey in law doing trusts, estates, business organization, and divorce. COVID-19 forced a number of changes as his career took off. His strong writing and research skills made him a valuable team member to a number of firms across Alaska and Massachusetts.
After the initial outbreak settled down, Alex spent the next three years working for the seasoned and vaunted Anthony and Richard Facchini in Springfield, Massachusetts. Under their tutelage and guidance, Alex became an even stronger legal writer and advocate for the rights of those who were injured and those falsely accused of improper business practices.
Among Alex’s first cases were a traumatic 18-wheeler car wreck, personal injuries from sexual assault case, and vicious dog bites. On the backbone of Alex’s excellent discovery and motion practices, majority of all cases saw favorable settlements well before trial.
In October 2023, Alex joined the Morgan & Morgan family in its new Medford, Massachusetts office, bringing with him his years of experience and strong writing and research skills, as well as the motion and oration skills he finely honed from his prior personal injury experience. Alex continues to believe in representing the people and their needs and that many people need advocates in the confusing world of law.
- Gordon College
- University of Massachusetts School of Law