Alexis Fritsch was raised in Sarasota Florida. In 2008, she graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelors Degree in Criminology, a minor in Anthropology and a concentration in Psychology from the University of Florida. Alexis went on to attend Law School at the University of Louisville Brandeis School and was the co-chair of the Lambda Law Caucus from 2011 to 2012 and graduated in 2012.
She is a licensed member of the Kentucky bar as of 2013 and licensed to practice in the Federal Courts for the Western District of Kentucky.
Attorney Fritsch practiced law in Kentucky at the beginning of her career focusing on family law, estate planning, and bankruptcy. In 2009, Alexis had research that was presented at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting in Boston. She went on to have her work published in the June 2013 edition of the Social Sciences Journal “Deviant Behavior.” She had an additional article published in 2014 in an online publication “SAGE Research case methods.”
Since moving back home to the Sunshine state, Attorney Fritsch was admitted to the Florida Bar in 2015 and has joined the Boeller Law Firm where she continues to focus on family law.