Alexandra Kabbaz-Szabo, an esteemed Senior Attorney based in Nyman Turkish’s Southern California Worker’s Compensation office, carries an illustrious academic background and a profound passion for her profession. A Loyola Marymount University alumna, Alexandra achieved her B.A. in French Literature and Classical Civilizations before advancing to Southwestern Law School for her Juris Doctorate. Demonstrating her dedication to both the practical and theoretical aspects of law, she concurrently secured her Masters in Dispute Resolution from the prestigious Pepperdine School of Law.
With notable achievements throughout her education—including accolades in negotiations, evidence, writing, and client relations—Alexandra has crafted a reputation as a skilled and attentive attorney.
Before pivoting to represent applicants in 2023, Alexandra honed her expertise with six years of experience on the defense side in Worker’s Compensation. Such comprehensive experience offers her a nuanced perspective that greatly benefits her clients.
A distinctive trait that defines Alexandra’s professional journey is her appreciation for the collaborative dimension of the Worker’s Compensation system. She holds a firm belief that, through working together, all parties can reach a satisfying resolution.
One of the standout reasons Alexandra champions Nyman Turkish is its forward-thinking approach. The Firm’s dedication to leveraging the latest technological advancements for case development and management resonates deeply with her.
Outside the courtroom, Alexandra has a passion for archery, blending focus, precision, and grace—qualities she brings to her professional realm as well.
- Southwestern Law School, (J.D.)
- Pepperdine School of Law, (M.D.R.)
- University of Loyola Marymount, (B.A., French Literature and Classical Civilizations)
- State Bar of California
- U.S. District Court, Central District of California