Alex Lozada provides legal services to school districts, community college districts, and county offices of education in labor and employment law and in general education matters. Mr. Lozada provides representation, advice, and counsel on a wide variety of matters, including school board governance, employment discrimination and harassment, Public Records Act compliance, student records privacy laws, unfair labor practices, federal Indian law, and restraining orders. He also has experience conducting thorough investigations concerning workplace issues and employee discipline.
Mr. Lozada’s legal background is primarily based in civil litigation, and he has represented clients before state and federal courts and administrative bodies. He has engaged in all aspects of trial preparation, including discovery and depositions, law and motion practice, and settlement negotiations. Before entering private practice, he worked as a Special Assistant U.S. Attorney and served as a judicial law clerk to the judges of the Connecticut Superior Court.
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Away from the law, Mr. Lozada has a passion for music education and is dedicated to developing young musicians’ talent and fluency in the performing arts. He is the Treasurer of the Sequoia Symphony Orchestra and serves on the board of the South Valley Winter Arts Association. He is also an active adjudicator for various indoor percussion circuits throughout Northern California and the Central Valley.