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Alexander J. Debruge


I like to build and tinker with things and find I can fix pretty much anything. I also enjoy outdoor activities such as hiking and riding my road bike on a nearby river trail.


  • Tulane University Law School, J.D., 2023
  • Davidson College, B.A. in Philosophy, 2020


  • Louisiana
  • Virginia
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit
  • U.S. District Courts: Eastern, Middle and Western Districts of Louisiana


  • Louisiana State Bar Association
  • Virginia State Bar

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I’m highly committed to doing everything I can to solve the problems of the clients we represent. My tenacity and determination drive me to hunt down every bit of relevant information. I’ll leave no stone unturned to find anything that helps us craft a solution that’s perfectly tailored to our clients’ needs.

Practice Overview

Alex Debruge handles a wide range of state and federal employment law matters and brings to his practice an enthusiasm for complex issues. He draws on his keen research and analytical skills when determining how disparate pieces of information fit together and then advantageously applies those facts to his clients’ cases.

Previously, Alex interned for Judge Craig Schwall of the Fulton County Superior Court in Atlanta, an experience that helped him develop a deep understanding of the judiciary. With a practical understanding of how precedent impacts judicial decisions, Alex diligently monitors employment law’s ever-evolving jurisprudential landscape. By staying updated on relevant decisions, he stays aware of how these developments may affect clients’ cases, concerns, and businesses and is well-equipped to help them optimally navigate the shifting legal framework.

In addition to a sharp intellect and enthusiasm for learning, Alex brings a personable and professional approach to practice.

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