- Duke University School of Law, Durham, North Carolina
- J.D. - 2018
- University of Washington, Seattle, Washington
- B.A. - 2015
- Washington, 2019
After graduating from the University of Washington with degrees in philosophy and political science, he attended law school at Duke University's School of Law, graduating in 2018. During law school he served as an executive editor on the Duke Journal of Constitutional Law & Public Policy and as a content editor for the Duke Law Technology Review. While in law school, Alex served indigent clients in two of the law school's clinics, the Duke Law Health Justice Clinic and the Duke Law Civil Justice Clinic. Alex's experience fighting for the rights of clients facing barriers to stable healthcare, social security disability, and housing, inspired him to devote his career to helping others.
In his free time, Alex enjoys playing board games, reading, hiking, playing ultimate frisbee, playing volleyball, and spending time with his family.
- Washington State Bar Association, 2019 to Present
- King County Bar Association, 2019 to Present
Current Employment Position
- cCrory v. Harris: Constitutional Prohibitions on Racial Classifications and the Requirements of the Voting Rights Act in Redistricting, Alex Dietz, McCrory v. Harris: Constitutional Prohibitions on Racial Classifications and the Requirements of the Voting Rights Act in Redistricting, 12 Duke Journal of Constitutional Law & Public Policy Sidebar 133-147 (2017), 12, 2017
- Washington State Court of Appeals Division One, Law Clerk, 2018 to 2020