Alexander Dushku is a shareholder and member of the board of directors of the Salt Lake City law firm of Kirton McConkie. He graduated summa cum laude from Brigham Young University in 1990 (economics) and magna cum laude from the J. Reuben Clark law school at BYU in 1993. After law school, Alexander practiced law in California for two years and then clerked on the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals for the Honorable Judge Daniel A. Manion. In 1996, following his clerkship, Alexander joined Kirton McConkie, where he is a member of the firm’s constitutional and appellate law section, specializing in appellate brief writing and critical law and motion practice. He has authored numerous briefs in important religious liberty cases before appellate courts across the United States, including briefs to the United States Supreme Court, and has consulted with legislators and advocates across the country on religious liberty issues. Much of his legal work is for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in cases involving complex issues of First Amendment law. Alexander is past president of the Constitutional Law Section of the Utah State Bar and is listed as one of Utah’s “Legal Elite” by Utah Business Magazine and as a Mountain States Super Lawyer. He and his wife Jennifer live in Centerville, Utah and have eight children and two grandchildren.