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Attorney Alexandria Tuttle
Alexandria Tuttle’s journey towards becoming an attorney reflects a high level of determination, hard work, and passion. She worked full-time as a lead paralegal in our personal injury department of the Law Offices of James Scott Farrin during the day and attended law school at night for four straight years. When asked about her motivation throughout this time, Alexandria points to a selfless commitment to her clients.
Born and raised in Garner, North Carolina, Alexandria comes from a large, supportive family. After her freshman year at N.C. State, she interned with the Wake County District Attorney’s Office where she first became familiar with the law by supporting and observing Assistant District Attorneys in the juvenile and domestic violence courts. Each summer after that, Alexandria pursued legal internships and jobs, which further cemented her passion for the law.
Her desire to help others has ultimately steered her to the firm’s personal injury practice where she strives to make a personal connection with her clients. Alexandria finds that this relationship-building helps her know the right way to explain the many steps of a case to clients as well as helps her uncover important details that can impact their cases. In addition to being detail-oriented, Alexandria is deliberate about looking at the whole picture, trying to ensure that no aspect of a case is missed or overlooked.
Alexandria has been an active member of the firm’s Social Services Committee, donating her time and energy towards helping local non-profits, as well as helping direct the committee’s efforts. Now that Alexandria is no longer having to work and attend school, she funnels all her energy and drive into being a passionate advocate for her clients’ rights.