Alex Hsu concentrates his practice on product lability and commercial litigation. Having previously worked as a summer associate with the firm, he has an acute understanding of his clients’ needs and strong analytical and advocacy skills, allowing him to serve his clients in a variety of litigation matters.
Alex has extensive experience drafting motions and developing persuasive arguments at every stage of litigation. In law school, he further honed his abilities as an advocate by serving as a certified student attorney for Legal Assistance for Minnesota Prisoners, a program committed to providing civil legal representation to Minnesota prisoners across the state.
Prior to obtaining his J.D., Alex also served as a judicial extern for Magistrate Judge Franklin Noel of the U.S. District Court, District of Minnesota. Using his verbal prowess, he wrote a report and recommendation regarding a social security benefits appeal.
Beyond his law practice, Alex is an avid football fan and enjoys juggling in his spare time.