Alexander S. Arkfeld402.978.5279
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As a prior law clerk at the Washington State Supreme Court for the Honorable Justice Sheryl Gordon McCloud, and at the United States District Court, District of Oregon for the Honorable District Judge Michael W. Mosman, Alex brings a distinctive set of experiences to his role as an associate at Fraser Stryker. He strives to be an advocate who clients trust completely, someone who provides the legal services that he would expect if the roles were reversed.
Alex chose to become a lawyer because of his desire to play an active role in his community, realizing early on that becoming a lawyer would be an excellent way to serve and make a difference. He chose Fraser Stryker because “…I was impressed with the firm’s roots in the community. The firm is very much an Omaha firm; it doesn’t have offices all over, it isn’t headquartered elsewhere. This aligns with my goal to serve my community and to hopefully make a difference here, where I live.”
Alex earned his Juris Doctor from the University of Washington School of Law in 2018, where he served on Washington Law Review and competed for the National Moot Court Team. He received his undergraduate degree in Biochemistry from Doane University. While at Doane University, Alex played college baseball, with his team going undefeated (20 wins, zero losses) in conference play his senior year.
Outside of the office, Alex enjoys playing slow-pitch softball and wiffleball, cooking meals for loved ones with fresh ingredients sourced locally, and having refined discussions about film and books.
Welcome to the Firm, Alex!
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