Alex Kipperman is dedicated to providing caring legal assistance to victims by fighting the insurance companies. He makes sure that his clients are fully compensated for their pain and suffering and prides himself on giving each client and family the personal attention they deserve.
As a law student at Temple University, Alex served the Philadelphia community working at the Legal Clinic for the Disabled. He helped provide legal services to those in a range of matters including: child custody, landlord-tenant disputes, divorce, and protection from abuse. Alex was also a member of Temple Law School’s Political & Civil Rights Law Review. His paper Frisky Business: Mitigating Predictive Crime Software’s Facilitation of Unlawful Stop and Frisks was published in the journal’s 2015 edition. It was also the recipient of the Jacob Kossman Award in Criminal Law as the best paper in the field of constitutional rights and privileges of persons accused of a crime. For his dedication to public service and academic excellence, Alex received the highest level of recognition as a Fellow of the Rubin Public Interest Law Honor Society.
Alex is a competitive racquetball player and avid outdoorsman. He also served as Treasurer of the Jewish Law Student Association. During college he spent many hours volunteering and tutoring children at Martin Luther King Elementary School in Cleveland, Ohio. He studied Political Science at Case Western Reserve University, and has a Masters in Public Policy from the Sol Price School of Public Policy at University of Southern California.
- The New Hampton School
- Case Western Reserve University, BA Political Science
- Beasley School of Law, Temple University
- Notable Law School Honors: Political & Civil Rights Law Review, Jacob Kossman Award in Criminal Law – “awarded to the student submitting the best paper in the field of constitutional rights and privileges of persons accused of a crime” Rubin Public Interest Law Honor Society, Fellow, Temple Law & Policy Scholar, Jewish Law Student Association, Treasurer
- Publication: Frisky Business: Mitigating Predictive Crime Software’s Facilitation of Unlawful Stop and Frisks (24 Temp. Pol. & Civ. Rts. L. Rev. 215) (Recipient of the Jacob Kossman Award)
- Sol Price School of Public Policy, University of Southern California, MPP Masters of Public Policy
- Licensed to Practice: PA 2014, NJ 2014
- Special Past Work: Judicial Intern to Honorable Rayford A. Means, Legal Intern at the District of Columbia Office of the Chief Financial Officer