Alexandra M. Gutierrez

Alexandra M. Gutierrez

by nichi0402

Alexandra has established herself as a capable, client-oriented litigator. She has guided hundreds of cases and clients through the litigation process and has obtained favorable results for clients through mediations, arbitrations, and jury trials.

Alexandra brings with her a well-versed understanding of litigation and dispute resolution, having received experience and mentorship at nationally recognized law firms as well as smaller, boutique firms. A native Houstonian, she was born 15 miles from the Hirsch & Westheimer office and is proud to base her career in her hometown.

Alexandra traveled down the I-35 corridor to obtain her education, receiving her Bachelor’s Degree, minor in Spanish, and minor in English from the Baylor University Honors College and her law degree from the University of Texas at Austin School of Law. While at the University of Texas, Alexandra served as Chief Articles and Notes Editor for the Texas Hispanic Journal of Law and Policy, Staff Editor for the Texas Journal of Women and the Law, and was a recipient of the Texas Law Fellowship grant. Alexandra also utilized her time in law school to prepare for a career in litigation and was selected to join the University of Texas School of Law Interscholastic Mock Trial Team and to represent the University of Texas at the L. Edward Bryant Jr. National Health Law Transactional Moot Court Competition.

Alexandra remains active in her community, having served as Co-Chair for the Houston Young Lawyers’ Association CLE Committee from 2019-2021. She has also given numerous CLEs, speaking to attorneys on a variety of topics ranging from key terms and phrases in the representation of Spanish-speaking litigants to successful resolution of discovery disputes.

In her spare time, Alexandra enjoys eating her way through the city with her rescue pets, performing with her improv troupe, and carefully curating her collection of office supplies. Alexandra is also fluent in Spanish.

She is admitted to practice in all Texas state courts and the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas.

  • Served as first chair in jury trial case in Harris County, obtaining a favorable verdict for client 
  • Represented multi-million dollar company in multi-day construction arbitration 
  • Successfully mediated several six-digit settlements on behalf of clients 
  • Successfully negotiated client interests against several Fortune 500 companies
  • Houston Young Lawyers’ Association
  • Houston Bar Association
  • Volunteer at Houston Pets Alive!
  • Permanent Judge for the Eugene Scassa Model Organization of American States