Alexis Kent is an associate with the firm. Her practice focuses on the representation of business owners, real estate professionals, and individuals in areas such as civil litigation, insurance coverage and disputes, real property disputes, and advising on corporate affairs. Prior to joining the firm, she was with Duplicki Keller LLP in Santa Rosa, where her practice focused on complex insurance coverage, including environmental, toxic tort, and products liability litigation, as well as advising small business clients on compliance with labor and employment laws. At Ropers, Majeski, Kohn & Bentley, Alexis’ practice focused on representation of insurance carriers in ERISA litigation, and in coverage and bad faith litigation. Prior to joining Ropers, Majeski, Kohn & Bentley, Alexis was the Law and Motion Clerk for Magistrate Judge Maria-Elena James in the Northern District of California.
Alexis is on the Board of the Sonoma County Women in Law, where she serves as the Scholarship Chair. She remains involved with USF School of Law as an alumna, primarily through her involvement with the USF Women Lawyers Committee, and she annually co-chairs the Dean’s Sonoma County Alumni events. She is an active member of the Sonoma County Bar Association, where she serves on the Education Committee. She co-founded a Santa Rosa legal professionals softball team, the Bad News Barristers.
Alexis was born in San Francisco and raised on the Peninsula, and after four years in Sonoma County, plans to spend the rest of her days here. She is an avid San Francisco Giants Fan, plays women’s and co-ed softball, and is passionate about her varied interests.
- Civil Litigation
- Real Estate and Business
- Insurance coverage and disputes
- United States District Court, all Districts
- California Courts
- University of San Francisco School of Law (J.D. magna cum laude, 2009)
- USF Law Review senior staff member
- John Jay College of Criminal Justice (B.A. summa cum laude, 2005)
- Sonoma County Women in Law, Board of Directors - Scholarship Chair
- Sonoma County Bar Association, Education Committee
- USF Women Lawyers Committee
- A Matter of Law: The Non-Violent Homosexual Advance Defense is Insufficient Evidence of Provocation (44 U.S.F.L. Rev. 155).