Alicia was raised in West Virginia. She received her Bachelor of Arts from Marshall University in 2010, where she majored in Criminal Justice with a focus on Legal Studies. In 2013, Alicia graduated from Capital University Law School in Columbus, Ohio. During law school, she received the CALI award for Excellence in Evidence. She also had the opportunity to participate in the Pro Bono Clinic program where she donated her time to assist low income clients with their various legal needs.
Upon graduating law school, Alicia returned to West Virginia and had the privilege of serving as law clerk for the Honorable Christopher D. Chiles, Circuit Court Judge for the Sixth Judicial Circuit in Cabell County, West Virginia. She continued practicing in West Virginia for a large national firm focusing her practice on defending medical malpractice claims for healthcare facilities and medical providers. Alicia relocated to Summerville in 2019 and joined Clawson and Staubes to focus her practice on general litigation and insurance defense.
Alicia lives in Summerville with her husband and daughter, and their dogs. In her free time, she enjoys relaxing on the beach with her family, cheering on the North Carolina Tar Heels, and trying out new restaurants.
- Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith
- Motor Vehicle Liability
- Wrongful Death
- West Virginia, 2013
- U.S. District Court, District of West Virginia, 2013
- South Carolina, 2018
- Marshall University, Bachelor of Arts, Criminal Justice: Legal Studies, 2010
- Capital University Law School, Juris Doctor, 2013
Honors and Awards
Professional Associations and Memberships
- South Carolina Bar
- West Virginia Bar Association
- Cabell County Bar Association