Alicia has spent 22 years as a practicing transactional attorney in areas including the formation and dissolution of corporations, limited liability companies, partnerships and joint ventures, low-income housing transactions, employment agreements, licensing, and production, distribution, and management agreements with artists, managers, and recording labels. She has worked with the National Labor Relations Board and with national and international law firms. She has served on the Board of Trustees at AULA since May 2010.
Alicia is the chair of the Board of Directors and a volunteer attorney for the Learning Rights Law Center. The Center helps low-income families advocate for their children who have learning disabilities, and also helps children who are involved in foster care and in the juvenile justice system.
Alicia earned an AB in Biology and a Certificate of Proficiency in Latin American Studies from Princeton University. She obtained her JD from the UCLA School of Law. Alicia lives in Hermosa Beach with her husband Rob Lovelace and their two children.