Alex Prunka focuses his practice on complex litigation matters before state and federal courts. He has defended clients in consumer and securities class actions, as well as contractual disputes. Alex has experience with many aspects of litigation, such as motion practice, legal research, discovery, and trial preparation.
While in law school, Alex worked at a law firm where he assisted with criminal and civil matters before state and federal courts and with administrative matters before bodies such as the North Carolina State Bar and the North Carolina State Board of Elections. During this time, Alex provided extensive assistance with research and briefing, which ultimately resulted in the reversal of a murder conviction by the North Carolina Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court of North Carolina.
- Wake Forest University (J.D. magna cum laude 2020; Order of the Coif; Research Editor, Wake Forest Law Review); East Carolina University (B.S. in Political Science magna cum laude 2017; Honors College)
- Ohio and U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Ohio
- Intern to Judge Philip E. Berger Jr., North Carolina Court of Appeals (Summer 2018)