Alexandra (Alex) E. Tolzman is an Associate Attorney at Klug Law Firm. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice and Psychology from the University of Michigan - Dearborn in 2016, and continued her education recieving her Juris Doctor degree from the Michigan State University College of Law with honors in 2022.
At Klug Law Firm, Alex has experience representing clients in complex litigation matters in Federal and State Courts, as well as Arbitration matters. Alex is usually in Court every week. Alex represents landlords in landlord tenant matters, both residential and commercial landlords. Alex has experience representing clients at motions, hearings and trials.
Pertaining to business and corporate law, Alex advises and represents clients with the formation of their entities and the entity structure. Alex represents clients regarding the purchase and sale of businesses, as well as advising her clients regarding contractual matters.
Alex has experience representing clients pertaining to residential and commercial real estate matters. She has experience in transactional matters regarding real estate including the development of real estate, purchase of commercial real estate, purchase and sale of mixed use properties. Alex has experience in drafting leases, both commercial and residential for clients.
Klug Law Firm represents clients who have employees anywhere from as little as 2 employees to over 200 employees. Alex advises clients pertaining to various employment issues which Klug Law Firm's client have.
At Michigan State, Alex was accepted into the Geoffrey Feiger Trial Practice Institute, a hands-on program designed to provide law students with litigation experience. During the two-year curriculum, Alex developed civil and criminal litigation techniques under the direction of Honorable Rosemaire Aquilina, Circuit Court Judge at Ingham County's 30th Circuit Court. Alex served as a Staff Editor and Associate Editor of the Michigan State Law Review from 2020 to 2022. While serving as a Staff Editor, Alex wrote her student note on the statutory interpretation of United States Sentencing Guidelines 2k2.1(b)(4)(B) and inconsistent application of the guideline within the United State Circuit Courts. Alex was successful in achieving Dean's List during every semester at Michigan State and graduated 21st in her class.
Prior to joining Klug Law Firm, Alex interned with the Wayne County Prosecutors Office's Criminal Investigation Unit, primarily assisting with Wayne County's Juvenile Lifer Project following the United States Supreme Court's rulings in Miller v. Alabama and Jackson v. Hobbs.