Alexandra Azad is an Associate focusing her practice on real estate in the San Francisco Bay Area. She works in residential and commercial real estate litigation, representing homeowners and businesses. Her law practice includes defending real estate developers, property-management companies, landlords, and real estate investment trusts (REITs), in disputes, landlord-tenant matters, construction and architectural litigation, and quiet title actions. She also represents property owners, real estate brokers and agents, homeowners’ associations, and members of homeowners’ associations.
Ms. Azad is knowledgeable about specific real estate laws in the Bay Area, such as the San Francisco Rent Ordinance, State-Wide Rent Control regulations, the Costa-Hawkins Rental Housing Act, and other local rent ordinances.
During law school, Ms. Azad received the Lawyering Process Award and was a Dean’s Merit Scholarship recipient. As a legal intern for California Rural Legal Assistance, she worked on landlord-tenant disputes and habitability issues and conducted research on state legislation promulgated during the Covid-19 pandemic for the California Law Revision Commission. Prior to that, she interned for the Humane Society of America, assisting in tracking the progress of animal-related legislation.
- University of California, Davis School of Law, J.D.
- Vassar College, B.A.