Alex Perezís distinguished law school career prepared him for his work as a successful litigator, graduating cum laude from Tulane University School of Law and seeking experiences in litigation beginning in his first year of law school.   Alex was a student attorney for nearly one year at the Tulane Criminal Litigation Clinic where he represented indigent defendants in criminal district court, including preparing and arguing motions and trial preparation.  In this capacity, he was admitted to limited practice under Rule XX of the Louisiana Supreme Court. Alex's work afforded him extensive trial preparation and courtroom experience most young associates do not have at the start of their careers.  Prior to that, he assisted lead counsel at the Eastern District of Louisianaís office of the Federal Public Defender where Alex conducted fact investigations, prepared and responded to pre-trial motions, drafted appellate briefs, and assisted counsel at trial. 

Alex successfully completed extensive coursework in Admiralty and Maritime Personal Injury and Death, Marine Insurance, and Vessel Documentation and Finance.  He also served as the Managing Editor of the Tulane Maritime Law Journal.

Alex focuses his practice in the areas of admiralty and maritime litigation, marine insurance, Jones Act and Passenger Claims, Recreational marine, and Marine Products Liability.


Florida State University, summa cum laude, 2013
Tulane University Law School, J.D. cum laude, 2016


Marine Insurance
Admiralty and Maritime Litigation
Jones Act and Passenger Claims
Recreational Marine
Collision/Allision Cases
Marine Products Liability
First Party Marine Insurance Coverage Disputes
Marine Salvage
Maritime Liens
Environmental Pollution and Grounding Claims
International Arbitration

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