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Alex Strollo


  • University of Georgia

    Athens, Georgia 2016

    Bachelor of Journalism, Advertising and Bachelor of Arts, Comparative Literature

  • Mercer University School of Law

    Macon, Georgia 2019

    Juris Doctor


From telling friends in elementary school she wanted to divorce people to pursuing her passion as an attorney, Alex knew she was meant to practice family law. She has a fondness for custody cases and strongly believes in the balancing of emotional and mental well-being. Alex approaches each case with the same devotion, actively fighting for her client.

Alex attended the University of Georgia where she graduated with a Bachelor of Journalism in Advertising and Bachelor of Arts in Comparative Literature. While the majority of her free time was spent cheering in Sanford Stadium, she also committed herself to the local community through the Make-A-Wish Foundation and Relay for Life. After graduation, she moved to Macon, Georgia, where she attend Mercer University School of Law. During her time at Mercer, Alex advanced her appetite for family law, exploring all aspects of divorce and custody. She clerked for The Honorable Philip T. Raymond, III on the Bibb County Superior Court where she observed the inner workings of complex financial divorce hearings and custody cases. After her clerkship, Alex worked in a boutique family law firm in Macon where she engaged with clients of all backgrounds. In academia, Alex tackled research papers on child custody, cohabitation, and divorce. She received the Custer Tuggle Award for excellence in family law. Now at Meriwether and Tharp, Alex expects to grow as a family law attorney and work within her community.

Having grown up in Johns Creek, Alex spends her free time enjoying her family and friends. She can typically be found watching football every weekend, especially when the Dawgs are playing. Alex also finds joy in cooking and experimenting with new recipes, running, and searching local bookstores for those intriguing finds.