Alejandra Curiel joined CDQ in 2022. Prior to joining CDQ, Alejandra was a Deputy Public Defender with the Maricopa County Public Defender’s Office. Alejandra is a 2021 graduate of Arizona State University where she was the President of the Chicano Latino Law Student’s Association and the Class Representative of the Woman’s Law Student Association. In law school, Alejandra received the Bill Jones ABOTA Trial Advocacy Award, and was a recipient of Order of the Barristers. Alejandra focuses her practice on commercial litigation.
Arizona State University
Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law
• State Bar of Arizona Criminal Justice Executive Council- Future Practitioner Award 2020
• ASU Willard H. Pedrick Scholar – Spring 2020
• ASU Gust Rosenfeld Scholar – Spring 2020
• Bill Jones/ABOTA Trial Advocacy Award- Spring 2021
• Order of the Barristers Recipient- Spring 2021
Universidad De Alcala De Henares, Madrid, Spain
Masters International Education, 2018
University of Arizona
B.S. Business Administration-Finance, B.A. Spanish Literature, Minor in Portuguese, 2015
State Bar of Arizona
Los Abogados Arizona Hispanic Bar Association
Kassandra Garcia & Alejandra Curiel, Prop 207: Decriminalization, Expungement, and Future Considerations, For
the Defense, Vol. 1, Issue 1 (April 2021).
Alejandra is part of the Judicial Endorsement committee for Los Abogados, Arizona’s Hispanic Bar Association. A sub-committee of Los Abogados’ Appointments Committee, the Endorsement committee assists in evaluating judicial applicants for possible endorsement by Los Abogados, and providing potential applicants with mock judicial interviews.