Alexander Eisner is an associate at the Long Beach offices of Hitzke & Ferran, LLP. He is a Personal Injury and Wrongful Termination attorney serving the Long Beach community. He also handles construction defect, contract dispute, and business litigation cases at the district and federal level.
Prior to joining Hitzke & Ferran, LLP, from 2008-2011 Alexander worked for the US Department of State as a Program Analyst and from 2011-2014 as a Certified Law Clerk for the LA District Attorney’s Office for the Sex Crimes Division, Major Crimes, and Preliminary Hearings unit. During that time he second chaired 2 trials to conviction and conducted 3 preliminary hearings, all of which were held to answer. Alex was admitted to the California Bar in December of 2014 and is licensed to practice before all Courts of the State of California, as well as the United States District Court for the Central District of California. Alex is a member of The Orange County Bar Association and the Young Lawyers Division therein.
Alexander graduated The George Washington University in 2011 Magna Cum Laude with Departmental Honors and more recently from Loyola Law School in May, 2014 with an emphasis in criminal justice, concentration honors. While at George Washington University, Alexander earned an academic merit-based scholarship all 3.5 years and also founded a Make-A-Wish Foundation collegiate chapter. He is a graduate of the Hobbs Trial Advocacy Program and recipient of the First Honors Award therein.