Alexandria Reid’s practice focuses on a variety of government and internal investigations, litigation and complex enforcement matters. Ms. Reid has experience representing global corporations, financial institutions, and individuals in investigations and proceedings before the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the Department of Justice (DOJ), the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), the New York Attorney General’s Office and other criminal and regulatory authorities. Ms. Reid has also represented clients in civil litigation in various state and federal jurisdictions. Ms. Reid has experience in matters related to insider trading, securities fraud, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, regulatory compliance, criminal antitrust, civil rights and immigration, among other areas.

Ms. Reid maintains an avid pro bono practice. In addition to working on a historic wrongful conviction case, Ms. Reid was recognized twice by the DC Volunteer Lawyers Project for being a relentless guardian ad litem and ushering a child client’s custody case to final resolution in the child’s best interests, and for zealously representing a client in a domestic violence and child custody case. 

Prior to joining WilmerHale, Ms. Reid was an associate at another international law firm in Washington DC. Prior to obtaining her law degree, Ms. Reid externed in the Mediation Unit at a federal government agency in Washington DC, interned for two DC Superior Court judges, and worked at numerous law firms in Southern Maryland. 


  • Education

    • JD, Howard University School of Law, 2020

      Senior Article Editor, Howard Law Journal 

      Merit Scholarship

      CALI Excellence for the Future Award in Criminal Law

    • BS, Criminal Justice/Criminology, Hampton University, 2017

      Dean’s List
  • Admissions

    • District of Columbia



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