Alexander was born and raised in Northern Ontario, and obtained a Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Environmental Science from Queen’s University. While completing his undergraduate degree, he was a member and later a coach, of the Queen’s rowing team. Prior to law school, he worked as a geophysical analyst for a small oil and gas company in Calgary, Alberta.
Alexander received his JD from Queen’s in 2017. During law school, he volunteered with a community legal clinic, worked as a research assistant on two legal publications, and was involved in several moot competitions, including the 2016 Wilson Moot. Alexander was awarded the Queen’s Law Prize in Negotiation. He completed a semester abroad at the University of Hong Kong. Alexander served as a member of the Board of Directors for two community groups - a local rowing club and a not-for-profit bar on-campus bar.
Outside of the office, Alexander enjoys sports, travel, and weekends spent either skiing or at the cottage.
Interesting Fact: Alexander spent four summers working as a Forest Firefighter.