Alex Spiro is an American trial lawyer who is currently a partner at the New York Office of Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, a global white-shoe law firm. Alex Spiro net worth estimated to be over $100,000.
Spiro was born on December 12, 1982, in New York but grew up in Boston. He went to Tufts University where he studied bio-psychology. He then worked at McLean Hospital in Belmont. Spiro also went to Harvard Law School where he won Boston’s ACC Northeast Ethical Lawyering award. He received his J.D. from Harvard Law School in 2008.
Spiro’s career as a lawyer started working at the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office as an Assistant District Attorney. He prosecuted Rodney Alcala for two New York murders. He worked at the office until 2013.
Alex Spiro moved to New York in 2013 and worked for a defense firm run by Benjamin Brafman. He has represented some of the high-profile celebrities like Mick Jagger, Jay-Z, Bobby Shmurda as well as athletes like Thabo Sefolosha, Ben Gordon, Charles Oakley, Julian Edelman, J.R. Smith, Lorenzo Mauldin, Pero Antic, Chris Copeland and many others.
In 2016, Spiro filed a lawsuit against the University of Oregon on behalf of two basketball players who were expelled after being accused of sexually assaulting a freshman at a party in 2014. After months of investigations, Spiro and his team concluded that the rape allegation was false and consensual. The lawsuit alleged the University of Oregon investigators were biased against the students and asked for damages in the amount of $10 million for each player.
Spiro is now the current board member of Glassbridge Enterprises, a company that focuses on investment, asset management, and enterprise data storage. He was named Director and Board member of Evine and also sits on Board of Directors for Arrive.