Attorney at Law
Alexis Paschedag Federico served as a UH-1 Huey helicopter pilot and instructor in the United States Marine Corps from 2003-2013 and is now an attorney at Bienert Katzman Littrell Williams LLP. She served as a Weapons and Tactics Instructor Pilot in Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 367, completing multiple combat tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. She later served as the first female instructor pilot in the history of Marine Aviation Weapons and Tactics Squadron One (MAWTS-1). She was selected as Marine Aircraft Group 40 (Afghanistan) Aviator of the Year and was the recipient of numerous awards including the Order of Daedalians Marine Corps Exceptional Pilot Award.
Alexis left the Marine Corps as a Major (select) and now devotes herself to the law and private philanthropy. A summa cum laude graduate of the University of California Irvine School of Law, Alexis was a co-founder of its Veterans Legal Clinic and Director of its International Refugee Assistance Project. In 2020, Alexis was appointed by the Orange County Board of Supervisors to serve on the Orange County Veterans Advisory Council, which is tasked with advising the Board of Supervisors on issues of importance to veterans and serving as a liaison and advocate within the community. Alexis also serves as chairperson of the Dana Point 5th Marine Regiment Support Group Advisory Brigade which assists active-duty Marines and their families, and on the Board of Directors for the Pet Project Foundation, which is the pro-humane nonprofit rescue partner for the San Clemente Dana Point Animal Shelter.
As a litigator, Alexis represents clients in a variety of complex litigation disputes, including insurance coverage and bad faith, contract and licensing disputes, class action, appellate, and white-collar defense and investigations.