Education & Bar Admissions
- Juris Doctor, Ohio Northern University Claude W. Pettit College of Law
- Bachelor of Arts & Bachelor of Science, magna cum laude, Political Science & Psychology, Howard University
- Bar Admissions:
Nevada Bar (inactive)
- “Ethical Issues in Family Law,” Colorado Continuing Legal Education, 2015
With passion and empathy, I strive to prioritize my client’s best interest to ensure a smooth transition into their new normal after navigating a life-changing process.
Senior Associate Attorney K. Alexandra Cavin comes to Robinson & Henry from the largest domestic litigation law firm in the United States. She brings extensive litigation experience to the firm’s Family Law and Domestic Litigation practice.
Alexandra’s interest in practicing law started at an early age. A Colorado Springs native, she prides herself on serving as a medium for Coloradans unable to find their voice in perplexing legal situations.
“I have always been interested in practicing law, but more importantly using my innate oral advocacy skills to effect change,” Alexandra said. “I am most comfortable offering excellent service to clients that will improve families and the greater Colorado community.”
Alexandra double majored in political science and psychology at Howard University, graduating magna cum laude in 2006. She then went on to obtain her juris doctorate from Ohio Northern University’s Claude W. Pettit College of Law.
Family law and domestic litigation seemed like a perfect match for Alexandra’s personality and servant-leadership style. Clients have come to rely on her unique brand of legal service, her tenacity, and her considerable work ethic.
“Prior clients have commented that they are so glad to have an attorney who genuinely cares and fights for them in a way that others might not while also emphasizing integrity and compassion,” Alexandra said. “I value the results I achieve for my clients and the relationships that I build with them as a result. It is important to me that clients know that they can trust that I will zealously advocate for them.”
When she isn’t fighting for Colorado families, Alexandra enjoys reading, painting, music, and playing with her dog Porkchop.