Alexes Valestin is a legal assistant at Springer & Steinberg, P.C. in Denver, Colorado. She completed her bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and Anthropology from Indiana University in 2012. Her interest in the law truly sparked while interning with a public defender, though. During that time, she decided she wanted a career that advocated for the disadvantaged in need of a voice.
She believes that communication is the key to success in any relationship, especially in client-attorney relationships. When she interacts with a client, she makes certain her questions, instructions, and goals are clear. This focus on being transparent and honest with clients helps keep cases moving and brings a sense of ease and confidence to our clients, which is arguably the most important part of any case.
Alexes is often characterized by her “work smarter, not harder” philosophy, which she brings to all facets of her life. When she is not assisting our attorneys with a difficult case, she likes to spend her time being politically active in the Denver community. You might even recognize her from when she volunteers with Denver Public Schools to tutor children in math, or when she volunteers with the Denver Rescue Mission.
To unwind, Alexes likes to attend sporting, live music, and social events. For exercise, she typically goes hiking, fishing, or snowboarding.
- Indiana University
- B.A. in Criminal Justice and Anthropology, 2012