Alex Perez represents cruise lines, insurance companies and recreational boaters. He has the experience to handle a wide variety of maritime claims, including maritime insurance disputes, Jones Act and passenger claims, recreational marine claims, and marine products liability claims.

Alex’s distinguished law school career prepared him for his work as a successful maritime litigator. Alex attended Tulane University Law School where he pursued a course of study in one of the most extensive and respected maritime law curriculums in the United States. Alex graduated cum laude from Tulane University Law School in 2016. While at Tulane University Law School Alex earned his Certificate of Specialization in Maritime Law and received the Charles Kohlmeyer Jr. award as the top maritime scholar in his class. Alex also served as a Managing Editor for the renowned Tulane Maritime Law Journal. 

While in law school Alex also served as a student attorney for the Tulane Criminal Litigation Clinic. During his time with the Tulane Criminal Litigation Clinic Alex represented several indigent defendants in the criminal district court of Orleans Parish, Louisiana. Alex’s work with the Tulane Criminal Litigation Clinic provided him with extensive trial preparation and courtroom experience most young associates do not have at the start of their careers. In addition to his courtroom experience, Alex served as an intern for two different federal court judges within the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana, the Hon. Martin L.C. Feldman and the Hon. Nannette Jolivette Brown.

Alex’s distinguished academic record coupled with his unique practical experience sets him apart from other maritime practitioners in the industry.