San Francisco, California, United States
In a career spanning over a decade, Alexis Haller has successfully litigated challenges to criminal indictments, motions to suppress evidence under the Fourth Amendment of the United States Constitution, and numerous matters related to international law. Alexis Haller currently serves as the principal of a private practice in Aptos, California, focusing on civil litigation, international law and appellate litigation.
Mr. Haller pursued his undergraduate education at Princeton University, where he participated in the Phi Beta Kappa Society, served as the president of the American Whig-Cliosophic Society, and earned a bachelor of arts in history. In 1998, he received his juris doctor from Stanford Law School and subsequently joined boutique San Francisco law firm Swanson, McNamara & Haller LLP. He left the firm in 2009, when he established his own practice.
A member of the American Bar Association and American Society of International Law, Alexis Haller also belongs to the bars of California, Washington, and the District of Columbia. Apart from his law practice, he enjoys hiking, skiing, and swimming, as well as supporting the New York Yankees.